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Live View Limitations, Aperture Adjustment, Preview Acc...

ericbowles

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"RE: Live View Limitations, Aperture Adjustment, Preview Accuracy"

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Thu 27-Jun-13 08:49 PM

In the digital age, using a very high ISO to focus and then changing ISO to a more normal level is a good solution. For night photography, this is a common technique. Focus is the same regardless of exposure settings.

The mechanics of Live View AF make it the most accurate method available.

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