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asked by LJ on August 25, 2011
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Generally lenses are sharpest at f/8
Try a tripod? It makes a big difference.
Use a tripod and take a photograph of black lines on white paper. Enlarge. If still soft at f/8 then I think you might have a bum lens. If so you can try having it recalibrated ($) or get a new lens. Hope you are using a lens from a reputable company. I am hesitant to recommend lenses from companies that are not well known. I'd stick to major manufacturers. I really doubt it is the body unless you have a real problem with the sensor.
LH in VV answered on September 13, 2011
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Make sure the image stabilization is ON when you use a telephoto lens handheld. Or else use a tripod and turn the IS off.
Mark L. answered on December 7, 2012
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