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User Settings for Birds in Flight

Winterfell

Roseville, US
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"RE: User Settings for Birds in Flight"

Winterfell Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Mar 2009
Sat 02-Feb-13 01:25 AM

Good suggestions above. I usually have 9pt or 21point, afs-c with the rear button set to af-on. Auto ISO on the D7000 is useful... I usually have auto iso on, capped at 1600 unless it's really low light, and by then it's usually time to call it a day.

There's a stickied post towards the top of the D7000 forum that's worth a read, it has some workarounds for the D7000s limited buffer ( link). The lens distortion correction feature in particular really slows the camera down.

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