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Focus trap for D7000

txstone12

Texas, US
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"RE: Focus trap for D7000"

txstone12 Gold Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 12th Feb 2012
Fri 14-Dec-12 09:01 PM

No one comes back to an old post unless they're researching a topic.

In case you are, I tried this procedure today and would like to add one step to Joseph's marvelously succinct description.

That additional step is, as explained here

http://forum.mflenses.com/focus-trapping-on-nikon-d7000-t46772.html

"Swerve lens away from object, keep shutter fully pressed and aim lens back at prefocused object - snap"

Of course you have to move to a portion of the scene that's out-of-focus to fully depress the shutter. Then you move back to the prefocused area when the target you're waiting for comes into view. Snap...

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