DF - low light focusing speed?

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scokill
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Re: DF - low light focusing speed?
In reply to vladi1234567, 6 months ago

vladi1234567 wrote:

I was just wondering if the owners could share their experiences with how fast the Df can lock the focus in the low light situations - something that would require 1/100s shutter speed, 1.8 aperture and 6400-12800 ISO. I've found a couple of reviews today that claim it takes up to 10 seconds to lock focus, and sometimes it wouldn't lock at all. Would those who use the Df in low light agree or disagree? What are your personal findings in that regard?

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Have had zero issues in any light.  As another poster mentioned, if there is no light or no contrast any camera will have an issue.  To claim under any reasonable circumstance that the Df takes 10 seconds to lock focus in low light is BS.

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