Question about Nikon 105mm f2.8 G ED AF-S VR Micro Lens
As far as your focus is happening htere is no case to worrry. If the camera is set to auto focus then while you point if the focus is set right , you can just ignore this case. However if the focussing is not perfect it is possible that there could be some dust dirt or sand particles in the system which incidentely must be looked into by opening the camera. the click could be that the focus is falling in line and as such need not worry much. Use the manual focus to extremes and try a gentle tap to get any such foreign particles out of the system. I would advice not to open the camerra unless there is a serious focus fault. Otherwise continue to make use for the best. Good day
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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