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XT2 and 16-55 focussing issues. Lens or user error?

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I was hoping not to find something like this on the internet but sadly I did...

I am having the exact the same problem with this combo (XT2 + 16-55). Sometimes I get incredible sharp shots and other times I get these soft/blurry images - with different shutter speed and aperture settings.

So I guess my lens is a bad copy too.

The worst thing is I bought it used while traveling in the USA so no warranty and probably no chance to have it repaired here in Brazil.

I just feel so sad right now... :(

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