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I have the 5d Mark IV and often shoot bracketed shots with a telephoto lens. Someone told me that earlier versions of Canon cameras had a "Quick" focus option in Live View which resulted in the mirror going down so that focus could happen faster. I've looked in the manual and on all my camera setting options and can't find such a beast in the Mark Iv. So, is it possible that I have the camera set so that when I focus in Live View and shoot off a series of bracketed shots, the mirror is going down to bypass the focusing on the sensor mechanism, to use the faster other focus mechanism normally used when focusing through the viewfinder. This could theoretically produce mirror shake, especially when using a telephoto lens which I often do. If so, details please. Thanks.
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