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10-01-2008, 02:09 PM   #31
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QuoteOriginally posted by ibk Quote
DA-L lenses are KAF3 - so, the body motor is not used.
I meant in camera body, not in lens body

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QuoteOriginally posted by Marc Sabatella Quote
More points means it more likely the camera will be *able* to choose to focus on the thing you wanted it to focus on. But there is never any guarantee it *will* focus on what you want - it can't read your mind. And the more choices you give the camera, the longer it might take to make the choice. If you want faster AF, first thing to do is stopping asking to the camera to waste time choosing. Either use center point mode, or the selectable focus point mode (not available on K-m).
You are right, i always use center or one of the 11 points. So in center focus mode, wich one is faster, KM or K20D?
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AF of pre-production K-m (beta-sample) is the same as in K20D/200D.
Serial version will be in 3 weeks with firmware 1.00.
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