11-09-2021 10:30 AM
I picked up an R5 a few months ago. I'm noticing that in a lot of my photos, the background seems to be more in focus than my actual focus point. I primarily use sigma lenses, so I'm using a canon control ring adapter for EF-EOS R. Regardless of the lens I use, I've been noticing this back focus issue. Has anyone else experienced this? I'll attach an example below.
Here is the full photo, raw and unedited:
Here is a photo of the image on my camera with the AF point highlighted. This image's focus point was set to the subjects face:
Zoomed it, it appears that the building is more in focus than the subjects face is:
Granted, I was at a relatively high AF (7.1 as I wanted more of the scene in focus) but the subject should have still been in focus.
My settings were:
ISO 500 (also seems to have quite a bit of noise for only iso 500)
Shot with Canon R5 and Sigma 24-70 f2.8.
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