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Focus with 70-200 VRII

Cledrito

UK
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Cledrito Registered since 13th Mar 2013
Wed 13-Mar-13 10:24 PM

Hello,

I am new to the Forum. I have, what I think, may a problem with my 70-200mm VRII. I have less than a year with it and I had noticed recently that the focus point in my image never is the one I thought I used, even when I am using a tripod. I have also tested it with manual focus and it is the same.

I am using a D700. I normally use the Dynamic AF area 51, with focus point warp-around on and AF ON.

My copy does make a bit of sound while focusing. I have nothing to compare to, my previous system, a sony, did a heck of a sound while using my 75-300. Compared to that one this is not as noisy, but, I am not sure if it should be making any noise at all.

Has anyone had the same experience? Could it be my copy? Or could I be doing something wrong? I would appreciate your input.

Thanks a lot!

Roger

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