Focus Pyramid AutoFocus Lens Calibration Tool Focusing Target & Test Chart for Micro AF Fine Tuning Adjustment & Alignment Perfect for all DSLR Cameras Canon Nikon Sony Panasonic Olympus FujiFilm
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- Frustrated with slightly out of focus images?
- You need to take control over your cameras autofocusing system
- Focus Pyramid makes lens calibration quick and easy at an affordable price
- Use with all modern DSLR Camera Canon Nikon Sony Fuji Olympus Pentax and more
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|Focus Type||automatic_only||Ring-type ultrasonic||Manual Focus||Manual Focus||Ring-type ultrasonic||Autofocus|
|Item Dimensions||7.68 x 4.72 x 2.76 inches||3.7 x 3.03 x 3.03 inches||3.9 x 3 x 5.4 inches||4.15 x 3.17 x 3.17 inches||2.6 x 3.39 x 3.39 inches||3.5 x 3.5 x 4.2 inches|
|Item Weight||1.60 ounces||1.47 lbs||0.55 lbs||1.68 lbs||1.28 lbs||1.65 lbs|
|Lens Type||interchangeable||Wide Angle||Macro, Standard||Wide Angle||Standard||Telephoto|
Are you frustrated with slightly out of focus images when you know your autofocus spot was dead on? It’s simply NOT your fault! From manufacture to manufacture and even lens copy to lens copy there are slight variances to the exact spot where light is being focused onto the sensor. Finally there’s a product that allows you to compensate for those variances and make sharper images immediately! Focus Pyramid - the autofocus lens calibration tool is an absolute must for every photographer. If you want to make the sharpest images possible, then you need to take control over your camera's focusing system. With the Focus Pyramid you can calibrate all of your lenses on your lunch break! The Focus Pyramid makes lens calibration quick and easy at an affordable price. So... Give your lenses a new lease on life and take your photography to the next level. ** Printed on the Highest Quality Ultra Thick Card Stock Material and Die-Cut for Quick & Easy Permanent Assemble, Calibrate Lenses in Minutes, Low Cost, Made In The USA **
This product is used to determine a camera and lens combination autofocus calibration. Resulting back or front focus information obtained can be used to manually compensate for variance during photograph capture or saved into any modern DSLR camera offering custom micro-focus adjustment for automatic autofocus lens calibration.
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So okay, moving on from the cardstock material and the absurd price of $25 (they even printed on the bottom to recycle it instead of throwing it away. For $25, I'm going to hold on to it until it's yellowed and brittle and must be kept in a nitrogen sealed environment to slow decay), as other reviewers pointed out, due to the material and tab insertion and whatnot, it doesn't exactly sit flat. Or level. Or consistent. If a precision calibration tool is not precise, what good is it?
If it were made of hard plastic, I think it would be a winner and I - along with several reviewers - wouldn't feel gipped. As it stands, $25 for an inprecise cardstock bend-and-fold pyramid leaves a bad taste in my mouth - and question over whether my lenses are actually calibrated correctly.
There is another version of this type of product for much less money where the focus target is at a 90 deg angle. I believe it is called DSLRKIT.
The idea isn't a bad one, but it fails miserably in value because of construction and somewhat in design. First off, it's a glorified piece of paper, and doesn't even have lamination or protection which means it'll last you about as much as paper crane. Secondly, the lettering isn't bold enough to POP, and doesn't use the right typography for maximized optical viewfinder snap. Basically what that means is that although it's OK, for it's price pretensions, it ought to be a FAR better design.
Don't buy it! Just don't!