Iron_Dreamer Posted March 5, 2012 Report Share Posted March 5, 2012 i just got the rokinon lens in the mail and the focus confirmation light is going off when the subject is not actually in focus. the rokinon lenses are notorious for being incorrectly calibrated. how does one go about fixing this? or is it something that can be dealt with in the camera? the af micro adjustment only really works on af lenses. would a nikon service center be able to look at the combo and offer a solution? i had issues with the sigma lens back focusing also but it turned out to be the lenses fault. this lens also seems to have an issue with the focus. could something be off with the body? Is the focus confirmation light really that important? I just focus my Rok 35/1.4 by eye. Perhaps that's significantly easier through an FX viewfinder, but it should still be doable on DX. Besides, if your subject is moving, you probably don't have time for the focus confirmation light anyway. I would think that the AF adjust feature might work for this lens to control where the camera considers it to be "in focus", if you really need that feature to work. I say just shoot by eye, practice, and you'll get better than you could believe. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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