> >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.
Every one of my lenses needed a -14 to -19 adjustment, with the 20-35 being the only one that was out of range (at this time I had the 20-35 2.8, 80-200 2.8, 35-70 2.8, 50 1.8, 70-300G). The zoom lenses would require different fine tune values at each end also, so I needed to make a compromise when setting the value.
Since repair, I have changed my lens kit around a bunch -- selling a lot of stuff off and acquiring a 24 2.8, 300 f4, 18-70DX, and 12-24DX, and none of my lenses require any AF fine tune (zooms are fine throughout the range too).
I wish I knew exactly what they adjusted on my D7000 (its the engineer in me), but the receipt just had the typical "AF ADJ/RPR" buzzwords on it.