The Nikon D800 showed autofocus issues, so naturally another camera body is of interest to see if the same left/right inaccuracy and asymmetry issues apply.
Nikon AF-S 28mm f/1.8G test scene
This is an infinity-focus test. Infinity focus might or might not reflect accuracy at closer range.
The focus points fell on the central mosaic, with the left point on the left-most angel, and the right point on the right-most angel.
All shots at ƒ/1.8.
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