Regarding your basketball shoots. I have been shooting a nationally ranked HS this season (very fast and agile)with my new D600. Primarily shooting with an 85 f 1.8 D -- from the baseline. When the shots are great, they are really great, but I have more oof than I would like, especially on plays when a guard is sprinting down the court, at me. Every APC combination I have experimented with seems more than willing to see the audience and focus on it. So the first shot is ok, then oof. Funny, if I shoot less, sometimes I get a shot back in focus again.
So I ask, what AF specs are you using?
>with the D600, just head to my website. > >http://perronetford.photoshelter.com/gallery/FSU-v-Samford-Niv-2012/G0000JjQavk3OL7w/C00000s1T5aLj0hw > >The filenames will tell you the D600 vs D3s images. Hit >slideshow to see the images a bit larger. > >>I've been on the fence about upgrading from my D300 to a >D600 >>or a low shutter count D700. I'm going to rent the D600 >and >>give it a workout at some high school basketball later >this >>week. I really like the D700 size body but am reluctant >to >>buy the older tech.