- Apr 12, 2018
From what I see, you seem to be shifting the goalposts as the discussion progresses.Looks like you are making the same mistake twice.
If course it can. Without measuring the device, conclusions based on images are speculative. Being "quite sure" makes no difference. Dimensionally perfect product photos require rigs with fine adjustment, suitable flat plane lenses and so on. I've used these. I'm sure you can try it yourself.
I also analyse photographic images as scientific evidence, professionally so I'm being as precise as possible in this discussion. The images we are discussing may indicate off-centre objects, but they may not. The conditions under which these images are produced are insufficiently controlled.
I agree with @thewas and the others who aren't so apologetic about a "less than perfect" product manufacture.