>The whole D7000 backfocusing issue is a hot topic on most >forums, so I'll try and keep this objective. I was >experiencing similar issues with my D7000, and the trend was >that wider lenses had more of an issue than midrange and >telephotos. I sent mine in for repair because I could not fine >tune the body enough to get in-focus pictures with my 20-35mm >f2.8. I sent it to Authorized Camera Service since I have a >grey-market body, and the AF is perfect now (controlled >testing with FoCal software/45deg charts, and actual >photography). > >I would recommend sending it in for repair/calibration. I'm >very glad I did with mine.
Thanks for chiming in, Bill.
Did you have any problems with your body and other lenses?
I'm still going to do the exchange through Amazon, just to rule out the possibility that it is the lens. If I get similar results, I suppose I'll have to send my bodies off for calibration.