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    Hi Seniors,

    The d7000 have this Af point, may I know how do I adjust it? As it I wanna focus on let say the top right corner so how do I do that without using the live view.

    Thank you

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    hold onto the AF/MF button, and try turning one of the 2 dials near the shutter button. try it.

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    oops, what i meant was to hold the MF/AF button and use the arrow buttons beside your LCD screen. if you look through the viewfinder, you can see the AF point moving

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    Cool Thanks and is there anyway to silent the shutter sound

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamburger
    Cool Thanks and is there anyway to silent the shutter sound
    There's the quiet mode but you can't make it silent

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamburger View Post
    Cool Thanks and is there anyway to silent the shutter sound
    if u mean af beep sound, its possible. Read the manual.

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    Ya I was wondering if we could silent the shutter speed I do not want the shutter sound to distract other listeners in the concert...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamburger View Post
    Ya I was wondering if we could silent the shutter speed I do not want the shutter sound to distract other listeners in the concert...
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    Do take note, the quiet mode dose not eradicate the shutter sound. It just segments the shutter window closing / opening action into 2 separate parts. Flips up as you hold the shutter down and closes when you release the shutter. So its designed for you to Flip up the window, walk away, and release.
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