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D200 AF System - underutilized?

TonyStepper

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TonyStepper Registered since 14th Jan 2013
Wed 16-Jan-13 10:20 AM

Thanks all.
Scotty, those fight'n words??!

Interesting AF-on technique, i'll give it a try.

Any way to test this with inanimate objects? ie things that
won't get upset at me for shooting for an hour. I hung a can
on some 4' thread and gave it a swing.. probably 2' in each
direction.. and I tried AFC "in the direction of swing" (can
coming at/away from me).

Its my understanding that the d200 will detect panning and
not "track", correct? so just swinging my camera around might
not give me 'real' results.

In my mind's eye, when I read about the Nikon AF system, I
imagine fighter-jet type heads-up display with animated enemy
tracking crosshairs.



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