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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    hmmm i dun quite get ur question. Are u comparing AF on subject eye, difference between AF-S and AF-C?

    If tat is ur question, then theorectically, should be able to achieve the same focus on subject be it af-s or af-c... But in practical is diff story
    u might not get the same focus dependin on ur settings.
    by default, in AF-S, u can snap a pic only when it's in focus.
    in AF-C, u can snap a pic even when subject is not in focus
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    But you can set the AF-C priority to Focus, I doubt there would be any difference then already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    hmmm i dun quite get ur question. Are u comparing AF on subject eye, difference between AF-S and AF-C?

    If tat is ur question, then theorectically, should be able to achieve the same focus on subject be it af-s or af-c... But in practical is diff story
    Pardon me for my unfamilarisation of the terms and features of the D600 (being my first DSLR). If I were to use af-s, focusing at the object's eye on portraits, comparing with af-c 39 pts, does it get sharper image? Think you are right theoretically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueblood

    Pardon me for my unfamilarisation of the terms and features of the D600 (being my first DSLR). If I were to use af-s, focusing at the object's eye on portraits, comparing with af-c 39 pts, does it get sharper image? Think you are right theoretically.
    Im not expert in d600.

    But in portrait shooting it is understandable to use af-s and single af point.

    Af-c and you may have a missfocus if there are moving objects in the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ijnek

    u might not get the same focus dependin on ur settings.
    by default, in AF-S, u can snap a pic only when it's in focus.
    in AF-C, u can snap a pic even when subject is not in focus
    Actually i dun understand his question. Is he comparin sharpness in terms of af-s to af-c on a stationary object? If he is, then it wont make a diff theorectically.
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    lol, not sure myself...
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueblood

    Pardon me for my unfamilarisation of the terms and features of the D600 (being my first DSLR). If I were to use af-s, focusing at the object's eye on portraits, comparing with af-c 39 pts, does it get sharper image? Think you are right theoretically.
    Ahhh i get what ur asking now...

    Assuming u are not using dynamic area AF (camera choose which points to use automatically), and u are using single point af-c with 39-pnts dynamic, then u would get the same results.

    Single pnt Af-c with 39-pnt dynamic means:
    U use the fixed point to aim ur focus. the camera will regconize ur subject and uses the 39pnts to track focus if the subject moves around the frame.



    If u are using dynamic area, then it is a diff story...
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    Thank you all bros who responded to my questions. I actually learnt bits by bits from this forum, while I touch the camera and read the manual repeatly everyday.
    I know that I need to search around for anwers before posting them, but sometimes may not get it.

    This is a forum where most gurus do not throw harse remarks, and are unselfish to share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueblood
    Thank you all bros who responded to my questions. I actually learnt bits by bits from this forum, while I touch the camera and read the manual repeatly everyday.
    I know that I need to search around for anwers before posting them, but sometimes may not get it.

    This is a forum where most gurus do not throw harse remarks, and are unselfish to share.
    Well to me, i think if u have done simple search but cant easily find ur answer, its ok to post and ask. Tats what a forum is for, even if its a repeated qn. If someone has to search high and low, go thru 30 pages of text just to find answers, then tats called a "manual".

    Dun forget to go out and shoot! Shooting at home and outside is different! btw im no guru and im learning too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueblood View Post
    This is a forum where most gurus do not throw harse remarks, and are unselfish to share.
    ahhh...most gurus, not me then...lol

    bring out the menu along if u can, u nvr know when u need it.

    for myself, most of the time i know the functions, but when come to shootin, too excited to remember to use it...lol
    this d39, Bkt etc...lol
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    Yup, i have a pdf copy of my manual on my phone
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    Where do you download it, because I am guessing it is extremely useful!
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    Strong reminder to the CSers here... please play nice and not resort to calling names or statements similar in nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinex View Post
    Where do you download it, because I am guessing it is extremely useful!
    Sorry, I had to delete the link to the manual, it was too naughty.

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    Im planning to get my first vertical grip, for my D600, can someone share your view after using a grip and where can I get a good price. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinex View Post
    Where do you download it, because I am guessing it is extremely useful!
    I also downloaded it to my iPhone. Just google D600 manual will do.

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    it should b available on nikon website....ya, i should transfer it to my dropbox and save it to my phone
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    Thanks for the info guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by STTNP View Post
    Im planning to get my first vertical grip, for my D600, can someone share your view after using a grip and where can I get a good price. Thanks
    hi STTNP, review ur pics and c how many r takin in the portrait orientation?

    this is my own view after ownin grips in d80 & d90...

    the grip doesn't affect ur pics, lenses do....
    at this moment, i dun forsee myself gettin a grip my d600...but i would surely like some lenses to play with

    nikon grips r not cheap, there r 3rd party grips which do the same job...
    not sure if it's like the d300s, with grip u get a faster fps....
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    One thing to note, having a battery grip does not boost the FPS rate of the D600, I am planning to get one myself as it is really uncomfortable if I have a heavy lens and not have enough place to rest my pinkie properly. Plus, it is an added convenience I would say to have effectively 2 batteries in your camera.
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