Zeiss Ikon ZM allignment problem
I bought my Zeiss Ikon ZM about four months ago, and it worked perfectly well until May. I accidentally dropped it on the ground, though not from somewhere that is very high (about 90cm), then I found that the camera was not focusing at infinity.
When I set my 35mm C Biogon lens to infinity and look into the viewfinder, everything beyond a certain distance (I guess it's 200 meters or so) cannot be properly focused. However, objects that are nearer, say 30 meters from the focal plane, are still "in focus" as seen from the focusing patch.
The focusing patch of the Zeiss Ikon ZM moves from the right towards the left in the viewfinder as you focus from 0.7m to the infinity. In my case, it seems the focusing patch should go slightly more towards the left at infinity, but it doesn't.
Anybody knows if this infinity misalignment issue affects shooting results for other distances shorter than infinity. Will I get misguided by the viewfinder reading? (That is to say, when I focus at 3 meters and the viewfinder tells me that the object is being properly focused, but the final result is either back- or front-focused?) I wonder if this only affects the infinity, or it acctually affects focusing at all distances.
Lokk forward to any insights^_^