A9+FE 200-600 g OSS - WIldlife photography tracking question. Locked

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Re: A9+FE 200-600 g OSS - WIldlife photography tracking question.

vett93 wrote:

SimpleUser wrote:

By saying 'back focusing' I referred to adedicated button on the back of the camera for focusing, while the shooting button is only for shooting and 'hlaf-press' is disabled. I find it imperative for shooting wildlife.


I have always thought back button focus (or BBF for short) should not have any real advantages. Why would one button be better than another? Maybe just in the state of mind?

I decided to review A9 training material again today, as there has been a lot of improvement. So I went to Mark Galer's website and studied his ebook. Sure enough, he actually pointed out that BBF offers no advantages with modern cameras. https://www.markgaler.com/product/sony-a9-free-learning-support-ebook

How is it anywhere concerned with what I asked?

Or is it an attempt to hijack this discussion for other purposes?

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