Sun 27-Oct-13 05:48 PM | edited Mon 28-Oct-13 03:07 AM by larrycurrlymoe
I was out literally all day yesterday, before sun up until after sundown, 750 images and were very disappointed with the results. When I started to investigate I found that all of my Fine Tuning settings for my lens' has been set to "0". Is there any way to determine "when" these settings were re-set? None of my other customized settings have been changed, has anyone else encountered this problem on either a 7000 or 7100? Turbo
I don't think there is any direct way to tell when the AF fine-tune values were changed. That's not information that appears in the EXIF data. About all you can do is review your images to see when they started to be out of focus, then try to think if anything unusual had happened at that time.
I have a D7000 and a D7100. Neither has ever lost its AF fine-tune settings.
I'm curious, when you say the settings have been set to 0, do you mean that the list of lenses is gone or that the list is still there but when you attach a lens the "saved value" shows 0?
I have determined that this has been user error on my part When I reviewed the Fine tune values the lenses were there and since I did not number them, the "value's" listed were blank and I misinterpreted this to mean there were no values associated with each lens. When I put the lenses on the value for each lense is now available. The shot quality turned out poor as the Optical Stabilization (VR equivalent) on my Sigma lens got turned off. Turbo