#9. "RE: Photography Life camera to lens calibration article." In response to In response to 8
Yes indeed Richard, it is pretty expensive to get it to Europe (+ import taxes). When I ordered, transportation to the continent costed exactly 35$. I had to pay an extra charge for import at delivery (I don't remember how much).
Related to hoping that repairs solve back or front focus... I had repairs to a lens and got a new TC + a repair of my D800E. The camera showed the known left-right focus issue + back focus. After repair, none of my lenses is dead on at AF adjustment 0. So I'm happy I bought LensAlign. My reasoning is that if you can afford a D800 + lenses, a product like LensAlign is a well spent cost, better than the expensive protection filters almost everyone puts in front to protect their lenses (only required at a windy beach, sand and salty water, or likewise I'd say).
The point I also wanted to make is that comment #50 makes me curious about the new FocusTune software Michael Tapes mentions, soon to appear... it works with LensAlign or stand-alone. With LensAlign you probably can do more. Interesting introduction price of $29.95 ($19.95 for MKII owners)! Take a look.