Two pictures, identical settings, three seconds apart-different results

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OP jwBobby458 Contributing Member • Posts: 506
Re: Two pictures, identical settings, three seconds apart-different results

Hi Sherm, Thank you for the reply. It's not what I expected but is the logical reason. How do you find this picture to look at focus points. If my camera is on AF flexible spot small and centred should this happen? When I took this picture I had also been taking pictures of small king fishers and had the camera set to focus in the centre/middle of the screen. Alwyn on this forum (in a different post) had also pointed out a similar observation when kingfishers were dead centre the focus points were on the embankment and not the birds! But I wasn't too concerned about it then as the birds were a tiny spot on the image, but here where the bird is quite large in the image it is quite concerning I am not nailing the focus. Should this happen with the RX10iv?  What has happened to get the focus point so far off centre for one image and not for the next? Thank you. Stay safe and well. John

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