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Xpro 2 with 35mm 1.4 Autofocus and Sharpness problem.

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Hi , 

i have a problem with my Xpro2 with 35mm f 1.4 .... 

I notice a loss of sharpness and i don't know if the camera can't focus because  the viewfinder says it is in focus 

i  attach 2 photos , one with Xpro 2 and another with H1 ,  to let you understand the problem... here it was  f4  iso 2500 

shutter 100

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