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Forum: Canon EOS dSLR Dec 12, 2003, 9:52 AM
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Eric You need a macro lens for adjusting...

Eric

You need a macro lens for adjusting millimeters, with a normal lens it's very tough (if @ all possible) especially with a long zoom at 5-10m away! :wink:

... Check the distance scale...
Forum: Canon EOS dSLR Dec 11, 2003, 12:51 PM
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This is called tolerance and not front/back focus...

This is called tolerance and not front/back focus and is the limitation of a particular lens. 1mm is less than the lenght of an eyelash (witn no mascara!). Even if you give the lens a 5mm sloppiness,...
Forum: Canon EOS dSLR Dec 11, 2003, 7:30 AM
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Posted By NHL
First of all, are all theses from the same lens? ...

First of all, are all theses from the same lens?

o 1st picture is back focus - the garage door and lock are in focus
o 2nd picture is front focus - the Tonka/helmet is in focus
o 3rd picture...
Forum: Canon EOS dSLR Dec 10, 2003, 7:42 AM
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Barthold Coming from the old school (ie non...

Barthold

Coming from the old school (ie non AF SLR), all my older zooms from various manufacturers including Canon's FD do not need re-focus when zooming. In the old day people usually zoom in to...
Forum: Canon EOS dSLR Dec 9, 2003, 1:56 PM
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Posted By NHL
Yes It's on the menu under Parameters, by...

Yes

It's on the menu under Parameters, by default it's set on Standard. Just pick a different set Set1 for example in the SetUp and in it you can change the sharpness, as well as contrast,...
Forum: Canon EOS dSLR Dec 9, 2003, 8:03 AM
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Do you zoom in to focus and zoom out to...

Do you zoom in to focus and zoom out to recompose?... This usually change the focus front/back, and most affordable AF zoom have this problem :cry:

Repeat the chart test, first take a shot at...
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