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

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In reply to KentG, 7 months ago

KentG wrote:

Most cameras designed for action and sports shooting usually have a menu option in AF-C that gives it 2 distinct modes. One is shutter priority which in this case means the shutter will trip regardless of whether it has focus lock or not.  Two is focus priority in which the shutter will not trip unless it has focus lock.

Kent,

With Pentax DSLR cameras:

In AF-C (with focus priority), the shutter will most certaintly trip even if you do not have focus lock. Every Pentax DSLR that I have owned works that way.

In AF-S (with focus priority) the shutter will not trip unless you have focus lock.

Ron

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