Even though we ARE Nikon lovers,we are NOT affiliated with Nikon Corp. in any way.

English German French

Sign up Login
Home Forums Articles Galleries Recent Photos Contest Help Search News Workshops Shop Upgrade Membership Recommended
members
All members Wiki Contests Vouchers Apps Newsletter THE NIKONIAN™ Magazines Podcasts Fundraising

D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife

M_Jackson

Jackson, US
747 posts

Click to send email to this author Click to send private message to this author

"RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife"

M_Jackson Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2005
Fri 18-Jan-13 02:48 PM

Your leopard example is probably going to be a worst case scenario. You are going to get a high percentage of out of focus images.

If the animal is walking parallel to you, you could set the single focus point on his eyes or head when visible, then hold the AF-Lock button down at he moves along. Still the AF-C Single point will probably help.

M. Jackson
Jackson Hole, WY

Blog: www.bestofthetetons.com
Web Site: www.tetonimages.com

Visit my Nikonians gallery.

Visit my Nikonians gallery.

A general, generic topic D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife [View all] , sharookh mehta , Thu 17-Jan-13 05:08 AM
Subject
ID
Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
1
Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
2
Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
3
Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
4
Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
6
Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
5
     Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
7
Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
8
Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
9
Reply message RE: D4 AF: Which settings do you use for wildlife
10