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asked by Spodeworld on October 19, 2010
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I got mine on Dec 29th and have no focusing issues.
Keen Eye answered on January 4, 2011
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Indeed I had extreme Backfokus with my Tamron 17-50mm 2.8 and Nikon D7000 - had not probs with Nikon D300

http://spinthma.zenfolio.com/d7000_backfokus

Sent to Nikon Support Germany
and they fixed it - now it's like the D300;
But still the AF-Module is not as accurate as the AF-Module of Nikon D300/D700
and tends to fail on low contrast
/Karl
KarEl BrightShooster answered on January 4, 2011
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updating the firmare helped with the sharpness? i wasn't gonna update mine since i didn't have any hot pixels.
R. Lee answered on January 13, 2011
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FYI: Firmware update has been available for a few weeks now:

http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17108
Brian Lee answered on January 15, 2011
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hello
After reading all of this I did some googling and this link to me provides a very balanced view on focus/back focus issues. this is the link-http://focustestchart.com/chart.html. Although this refers to different nikon model the lesson to be learnt I think is common for all cameras. Hope you find this interesting
Hiran Weliwitigoda answered on January 22, 2011
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The images from the D7000 are not sharp. I used a tripod to check the sharpness and the cropped images are terrible. To be sure I tried the 50mm 1.8 vs the 18-105 lens and the results were similar which excludes the lens as the source. I also tried sharpening as well as thee manual focus and this did not solve the problem. The d7000 is going back to the store. For 1500 buck one should not be disappointed.
Dainius Juras answered on March 14, 2011
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The 18-105 is a VR lens. Did you turn off VR when you were using the tripod? If you didn't the VR system will soften the photos. It's an odd anomaly with that and other VR lenses.
S. Thomas answered on March 14, 2011
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The 18-105 is a VR lens. Did you turn off VR when you were using the tripod? If you didn't the VR system will soften the photos. It's an odd anomaly with that and other VR lenses.
S. Thomas answered on March 14, 2011
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