Fuji hands-on at CES 2013

Started Jan 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
Chris Dodkin
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Re: Fuji hands-on at CES 2013

rattymouse wrote:

dengx wrote:

rattymouse wrote:

The same way as before? Only the button locations changed not how they work.

Wasn't that press and hold while selecting the point? (Don't have the camera with me).


I dont have my X100 with me right now but I think it was press, release, and then select AF point. I dont think you had to hold the button down. It would not work very well one handed with the new positions.

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You used to hold the AF button on the X100 I believe

On the X100s I believe it behaved like the X-Pro1 - i.e. it stayed on the AF screen after a single press, no ned to hold the button

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