jrscls wrote in post #15628900
Try disabling the non-cross type AF points on your 5D III. BTW, very nice pics!
That's what I have selected - only AF cross points. Unfortunately few days after purchase 85mm and 5D III, it was needed to be sent to the service as it focused wrong (right for some distances, but wrong for long or very short distances. I could correct it in camera, but when I corrected it for the long distance objects, it was even worst for close objects).
They adjusted the lens as it should be alright now, but maybe this might be any kind of side effect as the 85 is not adjusted correctly? I'll need to do some tests and I presume that when I want to my money back they will argue that it had fallen to the ground or so.
focusing on the center AF or any other close AF point make everything just right.
2Live4 wrote in post #15628899
I believe I read somewhere that the outer focus points on 5D 3 don't work well on certain lenses.
I will probably keep the best of all (the center one) AF point. That's the most safe idea
Btw. thanks to both of you. I'm glad you like those photos.