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SheriB

Southern York Co, US
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"RE: D700 AF problem"

SheriB Gold Member Awarded for sharing her exceptional images and details of rural farm life. Nikonian since 11th Sep 2010
Sun 30-Sep-12 05:13 PM | edited Sun 30-Sep-12 05:36 PM by SheriB

I do not know if its supposed to or not ..but I think that is your culprit..I had the same problem..change to single servo and see if it does it..
From "Mastering the Nikon D700" book
When the subject is standing still, Continuous-servo AF acts a lot like single -servo AF with the exception that the focus never locks.If you have camera movement, you may hear chattering a little as the autofocus motor makes small adjustments in the focus position.Since it never locks in this mode you need to be careful that you do not accidentially move the AF sensor off of the subject because it may focus on something in teh background instead" (pg.44)

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