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    Default D700 & 24-70mm

    Hi , i'm using this setup for quite a while and i notice that whenever i try to focus on the subject's eye . it's already refocus and when the viewfinder blink red . which means it's in focus. i can't press the shutter and must have lots of attempt to release the shutter. i'm using single focus , and my setting is focus first then release.

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    Did you mean you focus first, then release trigger to recompose and try to fire off?
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    Default Re: D700 & 24-70mm

    Quote Originally Posted by coolthought View Post
    Did you mean you focus first, then release trigger to recompose and try to fire off?
    He means the "priority selection" settings dude... Custom Settings a1 and a2.

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    Default Re: D700 & 24-70mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Nikon700 View Post
    Hi , i'm using this setup for quite a while and i notice that whenever i try to focus on the subject's eye . it's already refocus and when the viewfinder blink red . which means it's in focus. i can't press the shutter and must have lots of attempt to release the shutter. i'm using single focus , and my setting is focus first then release.
    The viewfinder blinking red does not mean it is in focus... It is only in focus when the focus indicator on the bottom is lighted up... (a green round dot).

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    You might be too near to ur subject try look on ur lens for the limitations.or use m focus

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