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who cares if the sb-700 isn't weather sealed?

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What Sigma focusing issues?




Shot wide open (f/1.4) with 0 AF microadjust.
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that would be so big and heavy......
Meh. So are the 70-200 2.8IS and 24-70, but I wouldn't mind hand-holding either of them all day. I wish I had enough engineering backgroud to estimate the size and weight of said hypothetical lens.
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What Sigma focusing issues?

Shot wide open (f/1.4) with 0 AF microadjust.
To me, that looks as if it's front-focusing ever so slightly.
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To me, that looks as if it's front-focusing ever so slightly.
Nah, the focus is actually on that big line under the 0. Given how far I was from the little... thingy and my viewfinder, it was much easier for me to focus on the large line below the 0 instead of the smaller ones.
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Nah, the focus is actually on that big line under the 0. Given how far I was from the little... thingy and my viewfinder, it was much easier for me to focus on the large line below the 0 instead of the smaller ones.
Shouldn't you be focusing on the object on the vertical portion of the chart? Since the leading and trailing sections of the angled portion intersect the vertical portion at zero, it doesn't make any sense to try and focus anywhere else.
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Shouldn't you be focusing on the object on the vertical portion of the chart? Since the leading and trailing sections of the angled portion intersect the vertical portion at zero, it doesn't make any sense to try and focus anywhere else.
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Sorry, wasn't trying to brag or anything.
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Sorry, wasn't trying to brag or anything.


On an unrelated note, I'm pretty sure I have to send my 85 in. It has awful fringing issues that take forever to fix in post, and its AF is so unreliable, it's impossible to adjust even with micro in the camera. Very frustrating for a lens that is stupid sharp and that I keep on my camera 90% of the time.
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