D610 Question

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by harleymhs, Aug 12, 2014.

  1. harleymhs macrumors 6502

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    Hey Guys, I recently purchased a NEW D610 and a a few nice lens.. My question is if I put the camera is CH mode to take a lot of pics at a time, where should it be set to auto focus in the camera? A lot of pics are blurry like the auto focus is not moving as fast as the shutter... Thanks for your help...
     
  2. Apple fanboy macrumors Core

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    Are you taking pictures of fast moving subjects?
     
  3. harleymhs thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Not really, I just tried take a few photos of a person walking... Not a race car or anything like that...
     
  4. Meister Suspended

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    What was your shutterspeed?
    What af setting did you use?
     
  5. Apple fanboy macrumors Core

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    I probably wouldn't use CH for that. Just use single shot.
    Posting an example with your settings used would be helpful.
     
  6. harleymhs thread starter macrumors 6502

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    NOT SURE... What should it be on... The camera was in P mode
     
  7. Meister, Aug 12, 2014
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    afb is right, example would help.
    in camera viewing click up until the exif data shows. it will tell you iso, shutter and aperture.
    push the af button to see what af setting you are in. you can change the settings by rotating the wheels.

    Is there a reason you are in p-mode? do you know what it does?
    What lens was used?

    in low light conditions / at a very low f-stop the af might hunt and/or miss.
    if you are shooting any moving subject you have to choose a faster shutter speed.
    to avoid even subtle motion blur, I'd recommend at least <1/250.
     

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