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Re: 14-35 hunting focus in low light

Originally Posted by srtgray View Post
Interesting. I used to have the E-3 set to AF+M all the time without problems.
I used S-AF+MF successfully on my E520 too & that was why I questioned it at the time when the E30 didn't behave the same.

Originally Posted by srtgray View Post
I did have it set to small. I'll change it back and see what difference it makes. Again, it was something I did with the E-3 because it was better, and I just assumed the E-5 would be the same.
With the twin cross hairs in use for Normal it has to be twice as good at getting a focus lock on something than the single cross hairs for 'small' AF-Sensitivity.
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