Leica 39mm Front Lens Cap
Leica 39mm Front Lens Cap
A snap-on cap that clips in to the screw thread for filters and other attachments at the front of the lens. It protects lens from dust, impact and scratches
Photographers have enjoyed the benefit of autofocus for 25 years now, but many still struggle with its accuracy and repeatability. Auto-focus is a great convenience, especially in fast shooting situations. But typically the first step in reviewing files from a shoot is tossing all the images where the focus isn’t quite right. This can be motion blur or other issues, but one of the most frequent causes is auto-focus error. We tend to blame this on the camera choosing the wrong object, or the wrong point on the object as the focal point, but there is another possibility, one we hate to consider, given the price of the hi-end lenses we use: the auto-focus of our lens may simply be off. When you take a simple shot of a flat object perpendicular to the camera, and it still isn’t quite as sharp as it should be, you have to accept that this may be the cause.
Many newer DSLR cameras now offer a method to correct this issue: they allow you to store auto-focus correction data for several of your most important lenses. This feature is likely to become more common, and appear in other camera types.
SpyderLENSCAL was designed to aid in correcting the auto-focus on your camera and lens combinations and storing them in your camera’s custom settings.
- Fast, easy solution for your interchangeable lenses and recent DSLR bodies provides razor-sharp auto-focusing, using modern DSLR autofocus micro-adjustment technology.
- Compact, lightweight and durable, with integrated level and tri-pod mount, making this the most convenient way to adjust your own camera gear.
- Save time and hassle of sending your equipment in for service. Now you can check or calibrate your own lenses
- Accurate and repeatable calibration of your lenses and recent DSLR bodies
- Worthwhile investment to ensure your camera is focusing your lenses as precisely as possible.
- 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
Supported Camera List (July 2012)
- Canon (50D, 70D, 1Dc, 1DMkIV, 1DsMkIII, 1Dx, 5DMkII, 5DMkIII, 5DS, 5DS R, 6D, 7DMkII)
- Nikon (D3, D300, D300s, D3s, D4, D4s, D7000, D7100, D600, D610, D700, D750, D800, D800E, D810)
- Sony (A77, A850, A900)
- Olympus (E-5, E-30, E-620)
- Pentax (K5-IIs, K5-II, K-x, K-7D, K-5, K-30, K-3, K-20D, K-200D, K-2000/K-m, 645D)
What You Get
- Datacolor SpyderLENSCAL
- Quick Start Guide