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09-16-2009, 11:30 AM   #16
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maybe im just confused with how this is supposed to work with AF lenses.


I thought this was supposed to work like MF lenses, where you start out of focus and manually start focusing until you get focus confirmation and the camera snaps a picture.

From what you are describing, it seems that with an AF lens, it will simply autofocus then take a picture like normal camera operation. How does catch in focus differ than simply holding the shutter button down without this option on?

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Unfortunately, it not effect AF lenses that do not have a MF switch on the lens, short of shorting out the contacts:

https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/pentax-beginners-corner-q/70085-some-more...questions.html
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Nope, it seems I was the one confused.

It only works with MF lenses and AF lenses with a AF/MF switch. AF lenses without the switch will not work.
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ahhh.

i think i saw earlier that you said you used in on da70. i guess you mean da17-70mm (or you said that and i read it wrong) thats why i thought I was doing something wrong cause I was using it with my 21mm limited and totally baffled... haha

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