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    hi, can anyone tell me whats the problem? the subject is not focus at the focus point.

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    Default Re: not in focus

    post the picture to get a better explanation
    state settings and equipment used.

    in fact the more info you give the better the answer you get

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    The first photo was taken two months ago: the doll face was focused and picture was sharp
    The second photo was taken today : the doll facewas focused but picture wasnt sharp(doesnt look focused at all!)






    anyone can tell me whats wrong. wat to do?

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    Default Re: not in focus

    the point of focus in picture 2 seems to be slightly in front of your doll

    were you using a tripod to eliminate camera shake?
    also try using manual focus and auto focus

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    thats what i thought. but the AF point is on the face

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    Default Re: not in focus

    Quote Originally Posted by chjing View Post
    thats what i thought. but the AF point is on the face
    did you drop the lens? try doing the test again.

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    Default Re: not in focus

    the distance and angle is different as well.

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    can anyone tell me wats the problem?

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    did u change the selected AF point accidentally?

    your SLR would have a number of selectable AF points.
    Re-do the test using single point AF (preferably the centre pt).

    Use flash as well to eliminate handshake, of course would be best if u used a tripod AND flash.

    If it is still out of focus, send back the lens/camera for servicing.

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