Davey Posted April 17, 2017 Share Posted April 17, 2017 Reviewers want to get right under the hood of whatever it is they are reviewing. The Panasonic focusing settings appear to be the most complex set of parameters outside of NASA high command, with different settings working with different lenses (according to PhotoJoseph) in different scenarios - and even then only working some of the time depending on whether or not Mercury has attained its greatest elongation from the Sun. Ken, on the other hand, has quickly found out that there are no problems whatsoever when using 1-area. Everything else is irrelevant to him because he gets the shot he requires in focus every time using this simple method. This is the method that I use on my Panasonic cameras and also on my Sony cameras (when not manually focusing). I have enough problems with aliens and burnt palms to be worrying about focusing on a plant pot when I should be focusing on the bride. For Ken, autofocus works great. For Max, autofocus needs a lot of working out to get the best results. For PhotoJoseph - he should consider himself lucky that he is still a Panasonic Luminary. For Sony a6500 fanboys - they are too busy laughing. And that's about it. Everything else is an overlapping of those four points above. Keeping those four points above separate will give us all more time to go out and use whatever cameras we own, and that being said, I am off out to buy some cheap offcuts from the butchers so that I can film a fox that comes to my garden in the small hours. jonpais and Ken Ross 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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