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"RE: N90s ae-lock "

avm247 Moderator Awarded for high skills in documentary architecture and aviation photography Donor Ribbon. Awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Charter Member
Tue 29-Nov-11 05:00 AM

Also does the af area have any affect on the ae-lock?

It shouldn't. I'm 99% sure about that. As long as the you have the subject focused then lock exposure, you should be okay.

From what I recall if you are in Single Servo AF mode and recompose, changing camera to subject distance you will be out of focus; just keep the AE-Lock slid over and adjust focus by releasing and re-depressing the shutter release to activate focus. In continuous servo, you should be okay; the camera will refocus the camera to subject distance changes. (I know this is how my N70 works.)
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