Dropped 45 1.2. Troubleshoot


Mu-43 Top Veteran
Jan 23, 2015
Man I juggled that damn lens like a circus clown and watched in slow motion as it slid through my fingertips one final time and bounced on the side walk 🤦🏼‍♂️.
I was shooting a family and was switching from my 12-40 to my 45pro. Nothing happened other than I flatbiut dropped it. Any way, I thought it was fine. No visible damage, it seems to acquire focus, and acts just like it did before. In the EVF the image appears to be fully sharp until I take the photo. Then the final image is clearly OOF. I’ve included a photo I took. This was just a test shot bc I see the images were screwed up I also tried manual focus and different apertures. All with the same results
Anything I should try in camera as far as adjustments before I send it in? I finished this shoot and had to jump in the car to go shoot a house then off to my father in laws for the rest of the weekend. Therefore I can’t mess with it until tomorrow. Thought I’d get some internet advice or experience. Thanks!!! And DAMMIT I hate breaking gear

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