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| p.1 #1 · p.1 #1 · Sigma 35mm 1.4. Color me impressed, but questions. |
Just got my Sigma 35mm today. I started shooting around the house and noticed the lens is incredibly sharp wide open, more than than my previous 35L. One thing I have noticed is that the AF is about the same if not better in low light (less hunting). However, I did notice that the lens tends to front focus about an inch or so in low light conditions. In good light, the focus is spot on and sharp as a pin. I was wondering if this was more of an indication in the lack of AF ability of the camera body rather than the lens. I am shooting a rebel t2i with no MF adjust feature. The lens is tack sharp and nails focus in good light but when the the lights get low, it seems to front focus consistently. Is this an indication of a lens miscalibration or weakness in the AF ability of the camera body? I am kinda hesitant to send it back in for an exchange because the lens is so good. Please advise.