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Is this the D5100 'backfocus' problem?

zumaneil

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zumaneil Registered since 01st Aug 2013
Thu 01-Aug-13 07:27 PM | edited Thu 01-Aug-13 07:28 PM by zumaneil

Thank you very much for the quick responses.

I was just talking it over with my girlfriend, trying to decide what was the most likely culprit, and one of my thoughts was that perhaps the 3D tracking played a role. In retrospect, it was kind of foolish to be using '3D tracking' for any kind of shooting of a completely stationary subject! =P

I look forward to getting back out there and giving it another go with it more appropriately set to 'Single-point AF'.

Thank you both again for the info.

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