What is everyone's experience with Canon 24-70L AF performance in less than perfect lighting condition?
Most of the time shooting indoors under dim light is frustrating, I am getting close to 50% miss ratio. Under bright sunlight with contrasty target it's almost always spot on.
Just for the heck of it I compared AF performance of Sigma 8-16, 17-40L, 100L IS Macro and 70-200 MkII under the same conditions. And all of them were pretty much right on the target, when every other shot with 24-70L was OOF.
There is no front or back focusing that I can observe when testing against LensAlign in good lighting, lens was recently calibrated by Canon Irvine, as well as a body (7D).
Do I expect too much from a decade old AF design?