Maybe I'm a delusional nutjob, but this replacement D7000 (The 3rd one) also has a backfocus problem. But thank god this only requires a -15 instead of -18/20/whatever-it-was adjustment.... I can't be bothered taking this one back now, probably the whole lot got contaminated. Feels bad having a camera that backfocuses, it's as if I'm out of sync with it and don't trust it. But I'm quite certain my technique to ascertain focusing issues is fine.
(Feel free to tell me differently)
I'll probably get it fixed next year when I send it in for my annual free sensor clean. "Yay"
On a somewhat more jovial note, I recommended to my friend to purchase a 550D a few months ago on the basis that it was cheaper than the Nikon alternative and Canon stuff is cheaper in general. Now he tells me he likes the finer things about Nikon, like that all my lens caps are better than his Canon ones (We both have 17-55s) and that on my Nikon "green is green". But my instinct tells me that he blames me
On the film note, I would have liked to do some and I was going to buy a F3, but modern conveniences spoil me D:
Originally Posted by sub50hz
Oh, hey there
If details like that had come out 3 weeks ago, I might have waited for it. Shame.Edited by Danylu - 1/5/12 at 4:17am