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Is this the D5100 'backfocus' problem?

briantilley

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"RE: Is this the D5100 'backfocus' problem?"

briantilley Gold Member Deep knowledge of bodies and lens; high level photography skills Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 26th Jan 2003
Thu 01-Aug-13 06:43 PM

Welcome to Nikonians!

The good news is that there is no general "D5100 backfocus problem", so the chances are you will be able to get great results once you understand how best to set up the camera for different types of subject.

The 3D tracking AF option is intended for moving subjects, and is liable to give unpredictable focus with static (or almost static) scenes.

Brian
Welsh Nikonian

A general, generic topic Is this the D5100 'backfocus' problem? [View all] , zumaneil , Thu 01-Aug-13 03:53 PM
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