Any thing wrong with using AF-C permanently?

Started Apr 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
David Lal
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Oh come along now Mikey ....
In reply to mikeysaling, Apr 25, 2013

mikeysaling wrote:

I sometimes wonder if using AF S rather than AF C has caused some of the focus issues on the d7000. It seems that once focussed ie half a press of the release button - its quite possible to lean forward or in some other way change your distance to the subject (particularly if its a close up) before fully pressing the button.  With a narrow depth of field this could cause the effect of back focus.

So yes - why not keep it set to AF C

.. Surely you know the D7000 is a paragon of virtue and has no focus or any other shortcomings? It's all user error (according to the fanboys, that is).

AF-S or AF-C, as appropriate.

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