Hi, I am a film user. I happen to have some lens for sale. Yesterday I met this guy, who is using a 300D, wanting to view my len and if no problem, will buy it. All the while I have no problem with focusing on my film cameras with this len, neither so with other lens I used. The focusing came out sharp and spot-on. Then came this Canon digital SLR, which seems to have focusing problems somehow from what I read from various forums I know.
Now I want to ask, while it is right for the buyer to make sure that the copy of the len he/she buys is focusing right for the camera to be used on, why should a seller be penalised for selling a len that is working fine for all film cameras, but the 300D? Does that means that I have to specify that it is for sale to film users only? Or Canon actually provide free calibration for digital bodies bought for less than 1 year regardless of the age of the lens? If they do charge per len basis even if it is the problem with their bloody digital camera, then you will see me selling my Canon Gear and switch to MF or Nikon totally.