I need some help. All my lenses are factory calibrated to my D3300 body. Prior to this, the focus was slightly off, but now they are now all spot-on.
However, I just bought a D7200 and notice the lenses are all a bit off with this body and want to fix it, but not sure the best route. I see a few choices, but am too inexperienced to know the best move. Please advise.
Choices (I think these are the only ones ...):
- Live with it as is.....(I do not like this option).
- use the built in calibration feature on the D7200 to dial in the lenses. (But, this only works for one focal length. Mine are zoom lenses. What happens when i take pictures at other focal lengths?)
- Send the D7200 and Lenses to factory for calibration (then the D3300 becomes junk, instead of a second body.)
- Is it possible for Nikon to set the D7200 to match the D3300, so all my lenses would work the same on Both cameras? This seems like the best option, but not sure it's a real thing.