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I'll be taking the fuji x100 on a family holiday and I want to ensure that I have all the settings setup in the best way for 'quick fire' spontaneous family photos. The last thing I want to is get a load of out of focus shots or faff around with the settings while people are posing.
don't get me wrong, i will no doubt have a little play with settings for some nicer photos, but for snaps of the kids and family, which is better AF-S or AF-C? From what I understand, AF-C is mean't to continuously re-calc focus on a subject as it's moving but I didn't notice any differences when testing it yesterday.
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Just use your iphone camera David, like the rest of us.......
The last thing you want is "photography" to get in the way of spoiling a holiday....
Trust me, photography will not get in the way of enjoying the holiday. Plus, I have a 'no phone' policy when on holiday.
I will be brining a compact camera as well, but you just can't beat the quality of shots you get from a proper camera. I know its capable of quick fire shots.
Just find that big green A for Auto switch in that case....
Or do like me and leave all holiday snaps to the missus.
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