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KenCo1964 said:
Forgive my ignorance :eek:ops: but what does back focus mean?
Back focusing in the true camera sense is when you focus on a subject and the result is the focus is moved behind the focal point, so the result you get is the focal point is past the point where you wanted it to be and often a slightly out of focus main subject. It is a fault can be attributed to both lenses and cameras and to rectify the problem usually means returning the equipment to the manufacturer for calibration.

It was widely accepted that some of the first batches of 10D's suffered from back focusing.

In this case it was a play on words by myself in an attempt at humour. :)
 
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Steve said:
In this case it was a play on words by myself in an attempt at humour. :)
Sorry Steve, in an attempt to rectify the humour in your thread, most of my pics turn out like that, i think that has a lot to do with me though!
 
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