When Does Leica Need Calibration?

How often should a lens be calibrated?

You need to calibrate only if and when you notice that your camera’s autofocus isn’t producing a clear photo with a certain lens. It can depend on how much wear your equipment gets. But for some, this may occur about every six months to two years for each camera and lens combination.

Is camera calibration necessary?

The camera calibration aims to determine the geometric parameters of the image formation process [1]. This is a crucial step in many computer vision applications especially when metric information about the scene is required.

Do rangefinders need calibration?

The lens collimation has to be right. The rangefinder needs to be correctly adjusted so that the camera accurately focusses through infinity and down to 1m and below. Any lenses with supplementary goggles need to be correctly set in addition to the lens itself.

How do I adjust my Leica rangefinder?

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