Infinity focus on Nikkor 10.5mm
I brought this topic out of the other thread.
Smooth can you describe a method for finding the real infinity focus point on the Nikkor 10.5mm
Really this can only be done with eye sight. But in two ways
- Looking through the view finder on a distant focal point until as clear as possible.
- or by shooting a series of shot with tiny increments around the "infinity" mark of the lens and then comparing these shots at full view zooming in on the distant object you chose as the focal point of interest.
On mine when fitted to a Canon camera the infinity is just before the infinity mark on the lens (around 1mm before) of course this can and most likely will vary from camera to camera and lens to lens.
Is this still the way you are fitting the lens to a canon