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KellyZ

Levant, US
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KellyZ Registered since 01st Mar 2013
Mon 27-Jan-14 09:37 PM

A bit of clarification, please.
I have discovered that my 35mm 1.8d lens is back focused on my d7000. (my 85mm 1.8 seems really close)

I have adjusted the af fine tune for the 35 at -13, and seem to be getting better results.

Back in the corner of my deteriorating memory I think I recall someone exhorting another to turn off af fine tune when shooting.

So do I only turn it on to set the values and then turn it off when shooting? Or does it have to be on in order to provide the settings to the lens/camera?

It's not clear from the manual.

Thanks.

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