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There are 100 different reasons why your AF might not be performing up to your expectations.
Everything from your AF point, subject, lighting, lens, technique, and lastly - camera body.
To assume that because your expectations are not being met that it is automatically the camera body's fault is a far cry indeed.
The 5DIII is not perfect, but far better than the 5DII with regards to focusing. I can still make the 5DIII hesitate and miss under certain situations, but it's far more tolerant than past bodies.
I wasn't saying anything bad about the camera. Don't take it so personally.
My 5d2 didn't have this issue using the same kit and conditions so I'd say the body is very likely at fault.
This is a fairly common situation with wedding photographers. It's been brought up a number of times.
Edited on Dec 25, 2012 at 05:55 AM · View previous versions