>Is AF-On, trap focusing, or 9 frames per second really must >have features? I'd suggest they are not. Photography has >existed for decades without them and there has been phenomenal >photographs made of sports and wildlife, even with manual >focus.
Does that mean I should take my vehicles back to the dealers and ask them to replace my fuel injection systems with carburetors?
AF-ON is essential for me. It permits me to easily and rapidly focus and then compose. I could use manual focus, but it would be slower and with these aging eyes, more difficult in low light situations.
Scott Chapin Powder Springs, GA, USA Nikonians Team Member