Continuous Shooting Mode


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shark

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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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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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JediForce4ever said:
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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