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"RE: D4 Focusing"
Looking through, it appears it only happened one time. And it was the first shot of the burst that was affected (I wasn't sure, earlier).Here are the pictures. Of note, all were ISO 100, f/4. The bright one was 1/250, the others (and there were a couple more in the burst, that were all ok) were 1/1250 or 1/1600.(And yes, this was not a good place to sit, plus I really wished I had had my 70-200 with me.)
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