D800 AF-ON and AF-C

Started Feb 11, 2014 | Discussions thread
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primeshooter OP Senior Member • Posts: 3,915
Re: I don't agree

Ralf Ronander wrote:

when shooting wildlife, like deer, elks and the like, AF-S definitely is better as long as the target isn't on the move. AF-C often sets the background in focus because of the way the AF algorithm uses the surrounding focus points in tricky (low contrast) situations.

I only use "AF-On" with the D800, and find switching modes is very simple.

I think when using AF-single point as I am, you shouldn't have the trouble you have with the background though...

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