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The ABC of Photography – Continuous autofocus

The ABC of Photography – Continuous autofocus

This is an autofocus setting in which the focus is constantly adjusted until the shutter is actually fired. It’s especially useful for moving subjects such as in wildlife or sports photography, where it would be unhelpful for the focus distance to be locked as soon as it’s initially found.

Sources:  Pixabay, Wikipedia, Susan Wingfield Lamar High School

 


 

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