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Actually, most of the info that seems questionable in the article is the stuff he says "Jerry said"...stuff is really off base for the most part. I will give you my settings below and explain some of them to try and get you thinking about how it would work in your individual cases: AF(1): I use Case 2 and have it custom set to -2, -1, 0 for the 3 settings..is very specific to lock on when I tell it to with the back button focus technique and not let go.This prevents background jumping, jumping to other birds etc but if you do lose it or need to focus on something else you have to pump that back button to get a new focus to acquire.Whether you're hitting the beach in the Northern Hemisphere or the ski slopes in the Southern, a rugged compact camera makes a great companion.In this buying guide we've taken a look at nine current models and chosen our favorites.
Canon does not seem to be in any hurry to release new DSLRs. Ok, I set up my custom setting 1 with Shutter priority, but how do I set it such that it always starts with the lens wide open?
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CF(3): I restrict my speed to 12FPS in high and 10FPS in low, I restrict drive modes to not use H 14fps jpeg as I shoot only RAW CF(5): Custom Control: this is the big game changer in the 1DX and even better now in FW2.0 I have shutter button to Metering start, AF-On to meter/focus, * to meter/focus with custom settings available only in FW 2.0 and now this switches the camera to use One-shot focus!!!!!!
best thing I've ever seen added to a camera, M-fn: cycles my C1 and C2 modes, M-Fn2 switches AF modes to a different set and spot metering/focusing, Set button does ISO so I can hold the set and scroll the index finger wheel to change ISO quickly. CF(6): FW 2.0 gave us Same Exposure for new aperture and I set it to ISO.