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abhijitsarkar

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abhijitsarkar Registered since 18th Apr 2010
Sun 30-Sep-12 12:58 AM | edited Sun 30-Sep-12 01:02 AM by abhijitsarkar

After using the D700 for 3 months and loving it, I discovered a problem with it y'day. The following things need to happen to reproduce this behavior.

1. Lens AF is on.
2. D700 AF is set to back button, not shutter half-press.
3. AF at a particular distance, recompose, and then trip the shutter using the interval timer.
4. The camera changes the focus just as it does if AF is set on shutter half-press. Except, shutter half-press AF is disabled as in step 2.

Anyone else knows about this problem and how to work around it? I am afraid a lot of my good shots have been ruined by this behavior.

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Abhijit

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