01-07-2013 03:37 PM
I bought both a 7D and a 60D last August. The images from my 60D are amazing, sharp, clear and colors are fantastic!!
The images from my 7D are not nearly as sharp, colors seem a bit off and all images as a whole seem to have a "film" or haze-type look over the images. I did the firmware update 2.0 yesterday and now I am unable to focus in low light. I am using the basic 28-135mm as my walkabout lens.
Any suggestions or comments as to what may be happening?? I am ready to send the 7D back and get another 60D.
01-07-2013 08:24 PM
You may have an AF issue. My reply in this thread (message 37) might help.
Also if you've installed a filter on the lens remove it to see if there's an improvement. If it passes the AF test it might need to have the MA set to match that specific lens (see your manual).
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