Is AutoFocus more practice than manualfocus?

Started Jun 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
josbiker
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Re: Is AutoFocus more practice than manualfocus?

Ulfric M Douglas wrote:

josbiker wrote:

In most cases i used the autofocus (97%) of my camera/lens and NOT the resolution in manual mode and/of on a tripod mode shown in TESTS and Reviews!

Because the combination lens/camera is the factor that counts and not the labour circumstances with the best lens on a tripod.

So the quality (resolution) that one can received in AUTOFOCUS counts.

So in my opinion is autofocus quality much more important.

Who think in the same way or not?

Josbiker

Stop shouting.

I understand.

What you want is a consistent measureable figure for AutoFocus performance with regard to sharpness, averaged across real-world examples using a camera + lens combination.

This would need to be repeatable, accurate and consistent-across-systems. (Like MTF resolution charts etc)

...

I don't see it happening, myself.

THE MOON WAS ALSO FAR AWAY.

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