And now for the remaining K-3 blur dragon to slay...

Started Dec 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
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david tittermary Contributing Member • Posts: 547
Re: And now for the remaining K-3 blur dragon to slay...
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Qwntm wrote:

Has anybody given any thought to the DEFAULT AF mode setting?

"AFA" is PROBABLY NOT what you want your camera set to. Nor is it what your K-5/II/s was set to by default.

IF the computer randomly decides to go into AF-c mode for some reason, you can release the shutter while the camera isn't focused on anything.

Think about this and tell me that it isn't probably what's wrong with the other blurry shots that the high ISO NR isn't responsible for.

If someone has High ISO NR set to off or low and AF set to AF-S and they are still getting randomly unexplained blurry images in the future, I'd really like to hear about it.

These kinds of things are the "learning curve" everyone was talking about.

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dunno because that was the second thing I turned off after auto nr, auto anything is bad bad bad:)

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