I'm think I will end up in straight-jacket soon. I've been trying to get lowlight images to focus properly, but it doesn't. I'm talking about normal indoor light , not anything crazy dark. If it's pitch black One Shot will work, but I'm dependent on Ai Servo. But still or not still subjects, it's just random if anything is in focus.
I use a 1d mkIV and 24 L II, 50 f1,2 L and the 50 is better, but not exactly perfect, my 85 1,2 II is to slow to miss or just to slow to hit.
Every lens is calibrated and they have been microadjusted to hit properly, and they all do, in good light.
QUESTION: Has anyone heard of any low light problems with the mkIV, I haven't... Or if anyone knows and have tried any settings that would work better.?
I feel I have tried every combinations of settings possible, but maybe not?
I mean what's the point in having super clean 3200 iso and an f1,4 or 1,2 lens when it doesn't focus in light lower than that I could use a 2,8??