Does anyoe out there really understand Dynamic area AFpatterns?

Started Jun 9, 2012 | Discussions thread
Hawaii-geek
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It's about IF you can keep your subject within the array of AF points
In reply to corneaboy, Jun 9, 2012

It's about IF you can keep your subject within the array of AF points

IF your subject is slow enough , or strait at you , and you have a good target , say Numbers on a white runners ID. Single AF point could give you the best results, the AF will not get confused about what is your subject.

IF 9AF point is what you need to keep your subject "IN" , because of the subjects speed or your ability ... then that is the choice in AFC.

Choosing a larger ARRAY of AF points than you need only makes the job of sorting out what to AF on Harder for the camera.

LESS is Better. IF and ONLY IF you can keep the suject "always" in the Array.

just my opinion,
HG

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