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| p.5 #12 · DotTune: New AF tune technique, no photos required |
I have just now viewed the YouTube video. In the last segment where you run thru the steps of a calibration using a Nikon D800, you begin at zero adjustment. The viewfinder indicator shows a flickering green dot with a RIGHT pointing arrow. You then proceed to change the adjustment by moving in a NEGATIVE direction. Unless I have misunderstood something this seems to contradict the written instructions:
" If you see the green arrow pointing to the left, then the camera+lens is back-focusing, so you need to decrease the value of AF tune (negative adjustment). If you see the green arrow pointing to the right, then the camera+lens is front-focusing, so you need to increase the value of AF tune (positive adjustment)."
Also, in one portion of the video, the screen text display is just opposite of the voice instruction regarding the correct direction to move, based on the arrows.