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ardoluc Registered since 16th Feb 2013Fri 08-Mar-13 09:24 PM
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Sat 09-Mar-13 06:20 PM by ardoluc

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Hi Stan

This is a photo taken at 1/125 sec at f1.8G DX
in a chic restaurant in montreal named "Birks café". The AF was in AF-S and the focus was on my son's scarf. The focus was achieved instantly, I was sure it focused perfectly. The next day I went outside and took a serie of pics all at f1.8 with the same lens at different distance from my subject, and they all came out pefectly focused on the focus point for everyone seen at 200% magnification. I tried other pics inside and I found that under fluorescent light in low light particularly the AF gets fool and back focus a great distance from where the focus point was. I know that in those situations I have to switch to manual focus. If anyone of you had this same experience please share with us.
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