Does the focus bounce around when you are looking through the viewfinder?
If so, it probably means that the menu setting for touchscreen focusing is turned on. Turn it to off in the menu settings and the focus point should only move when you use the joystick to move it around.
Turn that setting to on when you want to use the back lcd screen as the “viewfinder” and then touch the spot you want to use as focus point. This is the cellphone method for focusing.
Hi mate,. I have the camera now and using the fringer pro and finding the focusing jumps all over the place.
It doesn't 'lock' on to anything. When it's sharp it's great but it sounds some time trying to work it out.
I'm using the canon 16-35mm f2.8 and the 70-200mm with similar results.
The 300mm lens test was a bust but that was my fault as I was still in single focus mode and not continuous focus mode. I won't make that mistake again.
What setting should I
Yes. I exchanged a couple and all their LCD panels creak and squeak like a cheap kid's toy. The XT3 I have has a much more solid screen casing. It also sounds hollow and as chap as on the X200. The rubber doors for the ports are also a downgrade. How is one to fix these when the rubber hinges eventually degrade and fall off- it doesn't seem to have a fix from the outside of the body. The video and photo quality is great but for a flagship it should feel like a precision instrument and it doesn't