- Mar 27, 2008
- Reaction score
- Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Can others edit my Photos
- Photos OK to edit
Horrible as compared to what? That could very well be the best that technology today can provide. Given there's no other option that I'm aware of on the market, 31% OOF is notably superior to 48% OOF.
It's all a matter of perspective.
Could it be possible that it has more to do with the photographer in question? The wrong settings and wrong technique will yield OOF shots (obviously), and the photographer in question, "Drew," seems to be much more familiar with Canon gear, judging from his website.
Besides, professional sport photographers don't seem to have these issues -- where a very large percentage of their shots is out of focus. That alone makes me question if this review/test/whatever you want to call it -- has any real world significance. Is it supported by other reviews / comparisons? (I honestly don't know)
But if you're right and that is the best what current technology can provide... then... wow.