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Canon EOS-1D Mark III

Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III

Canon EOS 1D Mark IV

Canon EOS-1D X

Canon EOS-1D X Mark II 

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III

Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV 

Canon EOS 5D S/R 

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Canon EOS 6D

Canon EOS 6D Mark II 

Canon EOS 7D

Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Canon EOS 50D

Canon EOS 70D

Canon EOS 80D

Canon EOS 90D

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Nikon D3

Nikon D3S

Nikon D3X

Nikon D4

Nikon D5

Nikon D6

Nikon D300

Nikon D300S

Nikon D500

Nikon D600

Nikon D610

Nikon D700

DSLR

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Nikon D750

Nikon D780

Nikon D7000

Nikon D7100

Nikon D7200

Nikon D7500

Nikon D800

Nikon D800E

Nikon D810

Nikon D810A

Nikon D850

Nikon Df

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Nikon Z5*

Nikon Z6

Nikon Z6 ii

Nikon Z7

Nikon Z7 ii

Nikon Z9*

Nikon Z50

Mirrorless

* coming soon

Some say that mirrorless camera's don't benefit from calibration..............we beg to differ, and here's why.

Despite being a mirrorless camera – and therefore using just a single sensor for both image capture and autofocus – Nikon and some Sony camera’s still offer the ability to Fine-Tune the autofocus system.

With mirrorless cameras, there’s no longer a need to calibrate for any differences in optimal focus between the discrete autofocus sensor and separate image sensor (which is required for DSLR), but you can still use AF Fine-Tune to calibrate for lens mount, optical, and physical drive issues that may be present in the overall camera-and-lens autofocus system.

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