Here’s an update to the list of cameras which offer auto-focus micro-adjustment functions.
One reason this is important is the ability to adjust these cameras using auto-focus targets such as Datacolor’s SpyderLensCal. The latest Canon models actually allow calibration at both ends of the zoom range of zoom lenses.
Keep in mind that a tool like LensCal can check the focus on most any camera, but it can only be adjusted by the user if it offers auto-focus adjustment in the camera firmware. Other camera/lens combinations that are clearly out of auto-focus would need to be sent in for adjustment.
- Canon (50D, 6D, 7D, 5DMkII, 5DMkIII, 1DMkIII, 1DMkIV, 1DsMkIII, 1Dx, 1Dc)
- Nikon (D7000, D300, D300s, D600, D700, D800, D800E, D3, D3s, D3x, D4)
- Sony (A850, A900, A99, A77, NEX-7/LA-EA2)
- Olympus (E-30, E-620, E-5)
- Pentax (K-20D, K-30, K-5, K-7D, K-2000, K-m, K200D, 645D, K-x, K-r)
- Hasselblad (H4D, H5D)
Note: There has been quite a discussion on the Nikon D600, with major reviewers claiming it does not offer micro-focus adjustment, and others stating that it does. I have added it to this list based on Nikon’s own specs. The Sony SLT-A99 has also been added, as suggested by a reader, and confirmed in a couple of major reviews.