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I first called Sigma and asked specifically if anything would be done to the camera. They said no, however, they were clear that the lens would then be spot on for my specific camera.
I now have a lens which requires zero micro adjustment but which might require some MA on another body. Maybe I'm wrong, but I'm not sure how else to interpret their "warning."
I assume any given lens is likely to require different MA on different camera bodies, but again I have nothing to prove that.
BTW, Sigma has their own 800e on which they calibrate lens...Show more →
That's very cool and good info, Doc, thanks for the reply. It makes me feel much better about buying one of the next batch that is available. I'll just have to test the AF heavily and see what comes out. geez... Seems like that is all I've been doing with the d800 since I got it. But, before I send anything to Sigma, I'll see how it works on my other cameras and then decide how to best handle it.
I'd interpret their "warning" to be in agreement with your interpretation and what I think is normal. IME, each body is different, with each lens. So long as it's within the parameters, I'm happy.