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SpyderLensCal – hardware to help measure autofocus

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SpyderLensCal – hardware to help measure autofocus

New calibration hardware from Datacolor

Update: See Keith’s full SpyderLensCal review


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SpyderLenscal product info

Datacolor have just announced a new hardware product to help measure the autofocus performance of your camera.

The SpyderLensCal allows you to measure how well the AF is working on your camera, and with cameras that allow it, store individual lens correction data.

We’ve a collection of Camera AF Microadjustment techniques on the site and will be adding a detailed review of just what you can do with the SpyderLensCal, once we’ve tested one.

Update: SpyderLensCal review

More info from Datacolor

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SpyderLensCal from Datacolor

The SpyderLensCalTM includes:

  • SpyderLensCal
  • Quick Start Guide

System Requirements:

  • DSLR or other camera with capability to store lens auto-focus corrections
  • Auto-focus lenses capable of being driven by this camera
  • No OS requirements, as the tool works entirely within the camera’s menu.

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4 Comments
  • Keith | Mar 14, 2013 at 2:38 pm

    Thanks for the info – I’ll check it out

  • Lynn Allan | Mar 12, 2013 at 11:08 pm

    I’m curious if you are aware of Magic Lantern (ML) having an alpha version that has the potential to automatically set MFA on Canon DSLR’s with “dot-tune”. Maybe even on DSLR’s without MFA by interacting with focus confirmation. Very, very interesting … at least to me.
    http://www.yayil.com/video-aaWZotNlbL5koKE

  • Keith | Sep 2, 2010 at 11:44 am

    Hopefully should get a look at one before I head off to the US at the end of the month

  • David Moskovitz | Sep 2, 2010 at 11:32 am

    very interested

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