>It does and the information is on page 246 of the D7000 >manual. > >As for how it works, it let's you adjust forward or backward >focus for a specific lens. > >Using a focusing system (I use the LensAlign from >RawWorkflow.com) to test focus then adjust appropriately. > >Funny thins is I just help a workshop in Colorado Springs on >lens alignment.
Yes, it does, and that was one reason for me to replace my otherwise excellent D90. Got my D7000 yesterday and tried to check whether it would be on-focus with my 24-70 f2.8 (D90 was about 2'' short at 5 ft, would focus on the tip of the nose rather than the eyes...)
But I could not get the D7000 to use a single focus point! Set to AF-S, single point, it would still blip red on two, three or more points, making the LensAlign trick (using an old ruler at 45 degrees) useless.