Question about Cameras
Attaching the Sigma 10-20 lense to my Pentax K10D, the autofocus has moved focussing. I'm not able to shot a picture that has sharp objects that I'd like to have sharp. Now I'm correcting it in the Debug mode in the Camera settings, but when I change the lense for other standard working, I have to reset these settings.
Can someone provide me the information how can I correct the focussing on the lense? Or is there a service manual for this lense that would be useful for me?
I do have the same lens in Canon version and some time ago had the same problem. The lens has suffer an impact somewhere and was slightly out of alignment. Take it to qualified technician.
Posted on Jun 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Autofocus motor run but no focus
Found this myself check manual focus ring (closest to camera) maybe ring has moved to "manual"position. This ring moves backwards and forwards between "manual" and "auto" and may need pushing home completely
Posted on May 28, 2009
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