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Thread: 10D Fousing Test

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    I have done some testing on the Canon 10D focusing. Many people have complaint about the front or rear focusing problem of 10D, so I did a test to find out whether this a peculiar problem.

    I have mounted the 10D with the EF 100-400mm lens on a tripod and the shutter was released via a cable. I hope that this will prevent camera shake and would possibly cause the pictures to turn out unsharp, etc.

    Take note that the focusing is on the number 4. No cropping on all images.



    Aperture-Priority AE
    f4.5, 0.3 secs
    ISO 200
    evaluative metering
    focal length 100mm



    Aperture-Priority AE
    f4.5, 0.3 secs
    ISO 200
    evaluative metering
    focal length 200mm



    Aperture-Priority AE
    f5.6, 0.3 secs
    ISO 200
    evaluative metering
    focal length 300mm



    Aperture-Priority AE
    f5.6, 0.3 secs
    ISO 200
    evaluative metering
    focal length 400mm

    Apparently, the 10D focusing seems not to be a problem with this lens.
    Last edited by USM; 14th February 2004 at 12:15 AM.

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    I thot the newer 10D's does not have this issue anymore?

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    Erm, by "new", is there an exact date? Thinking of getting a 2nd hand 10D and I dunno if focusing issuse is a thing to consider or not

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