I posted a while ago about problems I had been having with my Canon 100mm f2.8 macro lens, and how I couldn't get it to focus properly. Well, the lens went in to my local camera store and was tested against an identicle lens, on the same camera, using the exact same settings.
The lens worked like a dream, the images were excellent.
Therefore, I now believe it is the camera. The camera is a Canon EOS 20D. Now as this camera is only just over a month old from me buying it, I am slightly reluctant to exchange it for another EOS 20D.
I do have the option of exchanging the EOS 20D for the Canon EOS 1D Mark II. This will mean me paying the difference, but if the benifits far outweight the extra spend I am willing to go with it.
If I had unlimited funds I would go for the EOS 1Ds, 16 mega pixel job, but I am quite happy to stay with the 8.2 mega pixel of the EOS 1D Mark II.
My question is this. Is the EOS 1D Mark II far superior to the EOS 20D.
Many thanks as always