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    Default Continuous Shooting Mode

    Hi Guys,

    When I able the Continuous Shooting Mode. Say taking picture of a child running. Do I need to enable the continuous-servo (AF-C). Is there any relation?

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    Default Re: Continuous Shooting Mode

    AF-C is to maintain focus of your subject whilst it is moving/changing position.

    In this case, I would say it is best to enable it to reduce the amount of OOF shots.and to save the trouble of refocussing multiple times.

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    Default Re: Continuous Shooting Mode

    Quote Originally Posted by JediForce4ever
    AF-C is to maintain focus of your subject whilst it is moving/changing position.

    In this case, I would say it is best to enable it to reduce the amount of OOF shots.and to save the trouble of refocussing multiple times.

    Thanks mate. So is better to enable both mode.

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    so that when your subject moves, your focus stays on the subject

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    Default Re: Continuous Shooting Mode

    Quote Originally Posted by theRBK
    so that when your subject moves, your focus stays on the subject
    Cool....thanks!

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