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    Dotune anyone

    Anyone use this to calibrate their lenses?

    Matto

    Here is link makes sense to me

    http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1187247
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    Re: Dotune anyone

    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    Anyone use this to calibrate their lenses?

    Matto

    Here is link makes sense to me
    Any lenses I find to be out of calibration are either returned or sent to Nikon for repair.

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    Re: Dotune anyone

    for some that is definitely the way to go, on most of mine I got lucky and could dial in and have gotten some really good results especially on my D800, man that thing is unforgiving on focusing.

    matto

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    Re: Dotune anyone

    Quote Originally Posted by ImagesWest View Post
    Any lenses I find to be out of calibration are either returned or sent to Nikon for repair.
    This may not be practical as both the camera body and the lens ..participate in AF . My calibration of lenses can be slightly different on my different bodies . The system allows me to store the adjustments by camera .

    Once a lens has been calibrated to a body …you can get very precise AF with any of the Nikon bodies (that can be calibrated ). Its a great feature to have .

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    Re: Dotune anyone

    The method seems to work as long as your camera/lens aren't too far out of tune to begin with.
    With best regards, K-H.

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