Shocking insight: AF is not a closed feedback loop!

Started Jul 18, 2003 | Discussions thread
OP Mishkin™ Contributing Member • Posts: 917
"Amanda, can you please move from -100% DOF to +100% DOF..."

"...while I hold the shutter button?"

;)))

Mishkin2 wrote:
or ask Wilkinsons to move forth and back while you're firing a
burst of 21 frames.

Them sitting in the chairs with guitars is no good for fast primes

DavidP wrote:
Buy fast primes, but stop them down.

Problem solved.

Larry H. Smith wrote:
Up-front: I haven't read (and probably couldn't have followed) all
the tech-discussion on the AF "issue'"in the various threads.

Does this new understanding (Thanks mishkin!)make it possible to
put into some reasonable number of words , a "best" way for the
user to maximize the AF potential of his rig, ...or a best way to
test/adjust "whatever" for that "best" performance?

(I mean when using whatever f-stop the photog WANTS to use, for
image reasons other-than-focus.)

This whole "what the camera can/can't do FOR you" thing is the main
reason I won't be happy till I have a pro-level camera that will
let ME do what I want, with a viewfinder that CLEARLY shows me what
is happening.

Thanks,

Larry

Mishkin2 wrote:

...a lotta stuff!

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