|Quoting Linco22 (Reply 6):|
Jeff man i'll assume thats a manual method?
|Quoting JeffM (Reply 7):|
Yup. Good old fashion manual focus. Simply put, you pre focus your lens on an object where you want to snap your moving object. When it passes that object..... "Click". You've got it. With the switch on most lenses it's easy enough to let auto focus make the initial 'lock', then just flip the switch to manual for the shot.
|Quoting Linco22 (Reply 9):|
The camera is trying to differentiate between one object and another, but sadly the cam doesn't read your mind.
|Quoting JeffM (Reply 10):|
I just don't use that method enough.
|Quoting Aviopic (Reply 11):|
It seems to me that this can only happen when you use automatic selection of your focus point Colin.
If so just select the focus point of your liking manual
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