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Easy DIY Microadjustment

 
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Apr 27, 2013 20:56 |  #16

TeamSpeed wrote in post #15873888 (external link)
I do supply a small set of instructions, but the basic rules are:

1) very good light
2) low ISO to minimize noise
3) lens wide open
4) close enough to get the center AF point on the word Genie or in that general area
5) fast enough shutter either with IS or 1 / 2 x FL
6) shoot parallel to the target and at the same horizontal level, not down at an angle

Take the shot and adjust your settings to push or pull the AF to get it around the 0 mark

Ok. I'll give it a shot. I'll take one.


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