Proving you can teach an old dog…
…New tricks. This is a tip for DSLR & mirrorless cameras that allow you to disable the two stage shutter button. That is, half depress the shutter button to focus, and fully depress it to take the shot.
Let me explain. I had started to see the term 'back-button focus' on so many photography forums my ears pricked up, and I thought "What's all this then?"
If you've read my photography story, you'll know I have been semi-serious about photography for over 25 years. I have a good collection of kit, built up over this time. However, always the amateur, and as an interest it had come and gone. I like to think I can take the odd decent photograph, and despite the grey hairs, I am also constantly learning.
So what's this Back button focus then?
So why would you want to use Back Button Focus?
You only need to use the servo autofocus.
So how do I set up back button focus?
So should I use Back Button Focus?
It worked for me
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