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How To Calibrate Lens Autofocus Without Expensive Tools

How To Calibrate Lens Autofocus
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Is your lens back- or front-focusing? Don’t despair, you can calibrate the lens without expensive and complicated tools. Here is how to calibrate lens autofocus.

Karl Taylor posted a short video where he explains well how to proceed to calibrate your lens. He says:

Have you ever noticed your lens isn’t always pin-sharp when using autofocus? This lens autofocus problem can happen because lenses can drift over time. You want your autofocus to be pin-sharp – I demonstrate how to simply calibrate your lens autofocus without needing to buy a lens calibration tool or calibration chart.

All you need to accomplish it is:

  • A piece of whiteboard
  • A standard ruler
  • A pen or pencil
  • The lens for calibrating
  • Your camera with tripod

And here is the 5 minutes video explaining how to calibrate your lens:

More tips and tricks are listed here.

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