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Modules Development / Re: DotTune AFMA (
August 06, 2015, 12:02:44 PM
Quote from: vertigopix on August 05, 2015, 10:35:57 AM
You must disable AF and do it yourself manually through the viewfinder or with the liveview.

Yeah, I know. I described it earlier. When you looking at the video you can see it, how I done the test.
Modules Development / Re: DotTune AFMA (
August 05, 2015, 09:14:54 AM
Okay. How do you have your AF configured? I'm using backbutton focussing for the AF, so the AF function isn't on the shutter button. Maybe that's the problem?
Modules Development / Re: DotTune AFMA (
August 03, 2015, 04:25:51 PM
Sorry for the waiting but I think I will test it next sunday. The problem is that I have next saturday a important photo shot and can't risk my camera. So I will wait after the shot. Stay tuned. ;)
Today I tried the Canon 85mm f1.8 with DotTune. Again no luck. Look at the video and see the strange behavior.

At the weekend I try to downgrade the 6D to 1.1.3.

Am I'm doing some wrong?
I can do it but before I want to test something else.

I'm focusing with the back-button and disabled the AF on the shutter button. Maybe this is confusing the script?
Yesterday I tried DotTune AFMA with my 6D, the latest nightly build (of course from yesterday) and the 50mm f1.8 STM lens.

I set the AFMA to prime lens in the ML-Menu. I focussed a black tripod in front of a white wall. The tripod was 2,5m far away from my camera. I focused the tripod via liveview and set the AF off. Then I started the dottune script, leaving everything at default except above mentioned setting.

The focus was recognized for every AFMA value (-100 ... +100). That should not happen or am I wrong? Because of this behavior I could not finish the script. I tried to rearrange my setup and it fails again. Can anyone say something to this combination of camera and lens?

PS: I tested it with daylight and no artificial light.