>>Then I tried Live View focusing. And guess what - it got >worse >>as well! > >I'm sure you realise that Live View uses a completely separate >AF system. If there are problems with both, there must be >something more basically wrong with your camera.
Yes, I understand that. That is why I am surprised at that fact. I am not sure as to why that would happen. But my test images before I sent the camera in and after I got it back seem to indicate that it actually happened.
>That's not a scratch. It's due to the partially-silvered >finish of that part of the mirror for AF purposes, and it >quite normal. If you'd looked carefully before sending the >camera in, you would always have seen it.
Hrmm.. Well, I have to reason not to believe you. But I did look at the mirror before and I have never seen it there. Now I'm quite confused. I need to check out my other camera and see if I've got the same stripe there.
>Hopefully you will get things sorted out in time
Thanks Brian. I hope so too. I was pretty upset yesterday when I got my camera and saw that it didn't really get adjusted/fixed but quite the opposite.