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| Re: Need some help from expertise |
It's backfocused......that happens all the time with perfectly calibrated lenses/cameras, on a target like yours. The reason is a compound one......the AF sensors are generally larger than we think + the AF system has a design tendency to focus on the closest object/detail.
Using a precision AF sensor that comes with more recent cameras helps with that problem.
Also, sufficient DoF mitigates (conceals) the problem.
I run into that thing all the time with shots like this when I just do not have enough DoF with a very long lens combo. Have to make absolutely sure thru VF verification that I've got AF placement on the eye, and not on the tail of the bird.