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AF-ON and exposure D700

ericbowles

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Mon 16-Apr-12 07:17 PM

The back button focus approach is also very helpful with birds in flight. Using AF-C, keep the AF-On button depressed and the focus will continue to track the subject as it moves across the frame. With static wildlife images, I often focus on a part of the subject in the same plane as the subject's eyes and then wait for critical action or a catchlight to fire the shutter.



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