Z50 and Z6 BIF review at Mirrorless Comparisons

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briantilley
briantilley Veteran Member • Posts: 5,052
Re: Z50 and Z6 BIF review at Mirrorless Comparisons
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SaltyPeanut wrote:

beatboxa wrote:

SaltyPeanut wrote:

Best for each one of us to test this out, see what fits best. Many have, and recommend a 1.

Your recommendation of having it set to only 1 all the time is not exactly correct. It all depends on the situation.

In general / default, 1 (or 2) is better than 3 or higher. You just refuse to believe it.

Add me to the list of those who don't believe that is valid as a general rule.

It all depends on the types of subject, how they are moving, and how you want the camera to respond.  Higher values are entirely appropriate in some situations, just as lower values are in other circumstances.  Some people (including me) will find that 1 suits the majority of their photography, but others may find that 5 works best - and some will be in between.

Increase the number if foreground obstructions are expected, which is exactly what it was intended for, otherwise keep it low / off.

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