Yet another AF-ON question

Started Apr 28, 2008 | Discussions thread
Tim Updegrove Regular Member • Posts: 330
Re: Tim

I understand your question but I'm not an expert on the algorithm (just begun reading Thom's eBook). A scenario like you describe might be a BIF, which you are tracking, but then it lands on a branch. While static on the branch, you press and release AF-ON. I'm guessing that if there is no movement (static object) then the focus point used should be the one you placed on the subject in the viewfinder. That is, without movement, there would be no reason for the AF to shift to one of the other AF points.

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