Interesting story. Yesterday, at lunch I noticed this gearthy lens on this lady's D7200 and I had to ask. It was a sigma 85 1.4 art. She said she wasn't sure about it. So I offered to help see if I could figure it out. I had a heck of a time recalling on how to use it (d7200) but Google is your friend. She had it set in af-a, matrix, focus lock, and shooting auto. Once we sorted spot meter, aperture priority, and unlocked focus point, we were off and running to test. Her lens was focusing way to left, just like mine did when I had the Sigma's, I put that focus point to the right and Bam, dead nuts. I told her I had the same issue and we looked up a link to a video explaining how to calibrate the lens in the camera. She was going to do it at home. Crazy how you spend good money on something and it doesn't work out of the box like fujifilm's do. Crazy how complicated the camera is compared to an XT2. Really made me appreciate what I have, ISO, aperture, shutter speed, metering, ec, all via dials on top, not to mention the joystick for focus point. She had her manual but I forgot how all over the place it is, very difficult to use, it's no wonder why so many people never read them. She thought it was her, she was giving up. I didn't have the heart to tell her my calibration never seemed to hold or work but I think hers will because mine was back focusing and to the left.