4 Different Auto Focus Modes
Your camera has a number of different methods of Auto-focusing on your subject. These are generally divided into 4 distinct areas:
This allows the photographer to choose the focus point in the viewfinder. With the shutter button pressed halfway down this allows you to recompose the shot as you wish. Usually suitable for static subjects.
Camera automatically selects single-servo auto-focus when subject is stationary, continuous-servo auto-focus when subject is moving. Shutter can only be released if camera is able to focus.
Camera focuses on subject in selected focus area. While the shutter button is pressed halfway (or use of the back focus button), the camera will track the subject as it moves from one focus area to the next. Suitable for Sports/Fast moving subjects.
You have to move the focus ring to get the focus you want. Camera will not focus for you. If you or the subject moves you have to manually re-focus.
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