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whats up with my focus?

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scoobert:
this is my 7D with a tameron 10-24.
why is the focus so far off?
does my camera hate this lens?




File Name: IMG_1574.jpg (Edit)

File Size: 694 kb - 1875 x 1250

Camera Make: Canon

Camera Model: Canon EOS 7D

Date/Time: 2012:11:20 11:21:28

Resolution: 1875 x 1250

Flash Used: No

Focal Length: 10.0mm (35mm equivalent: 16mm...

CCD Width: 23.04mm

Exposure Time: 0.0050 s (1/200)

Aperture: f/3.5

ISO Equiv.: 2500

Whitebalance: Auto

Metering Mode: pattern

Exposure: Manual

Exposure Mode: Manual

daveheinzel:
That image is comparable to my best images with the 7D when I shoot at such a high ISO. That's why I usually stick with 1250 or less. Focus looks fine though. Try at a low ISO and see if that makes a difference. Corners on lenses that wide are usually a bit distorted.

scoobert:
running a lower ISO will sharpen up the image?
looks like my other lense does it too...


File Name: IMG_1570.jpg (Edit)

File Size: 692 kb - 1892 x 1261

Camera Make: Canon

Camera Model: Canon EOS 7D

Date/Time: 2012:11:20 10:55:23

Resolution: 1892 x 1261

Flash Used: No

Focal Length: 18.0mm (35mm equivalent: 28mm...

CCD Width: 23.04mm

Exposure Time: 0.0080 s (1/125)

Aperture: f/3.5

ISO Equiv.: 2500

Whitebalance: Auto

Metering Mode: pattern

Exposure: Manual

Exposure Mode: Manual

neuroanatomist:
Have you done autofocus microadjustment for those lenses?

What are all those little boxes in the second image, with things like Tmax and Ektar on them?   :P

scoobert:
how do you do that?

those little boxes are some type of permanent recording memory, tiny unusable photos. one time use, can you believe it?

actually that store has a huge film camera customer base.

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