Slow AF?


alun

Link Posted 22/02/2010 - 20:18
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Ok, so techniques for seagulls moving fast at close range with a K10D, then, please.

Seaguls on thw wing, k10 tamron 90 macro.






Not brilliant, but I feel the problems are at my end of the camera, not nesessarily with the AF

K10D

Link Posted 22/02/2010 - 20:35
Your skill is not questioned.

Regards

TOZZA27

Link Posted 23/02/2010 - 12:28
Awesome !!

T
K20D,*istD ( now a dedicated M42 digital ),K100D,MZ5N,P50,ME Super,Spotmatic 1000,Spotmatic,ESII,ES,H2.18-55 II,18-55,75-300 FAJ,35-80 FA,80-200 F,28-105 FA,Sigma 24-70 AF Aspherical,Sigma 28-300 Hyperzoom , Praotor II 500 M42,Centon 500mm mirror,and a few Pentax M42 Taks,super-Taks,smc Taks,A and M lenses.Benbo trekker,7dayshop monopod and a Lowepro rucksack.

I am now on Flickr which is nice !

alun

Link Posted 23/02/2010 - 13:10
To be fair, I think that seagulls are probably the easiest birds there are to photograph as they are pretty fearless (at least in the south-west) and as a result you can get in very close, and they present a good size target for the AF mechanism.

TOZZA27

Link Posted 23/02/2010 - 14:11



Who are you calling EASY ??

T

alun

Link Posted 23/02/2010 - 16:27
They are not short of attitude!
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