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Serious Operational Drawbacks, Bugs

Issues I consider serious or non-starters for the way I shoot. See also the initial impressions page, which lists a host of other issues.

Lenses and focus shift

Both the 63mm f/2.8 and 120mm f/4 have focus shift problems. Setting aside user error or autofocus error, focus shift is the #1 factor in destroying image sharpness and visual impact.

Autofocus issues.

AF has serious trouble locking-on in those shooting scenarios that are most important to me. See the Autofocus issues page.

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