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Aperture Priority Mode – Controlling the Depth of Field

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Old 28-05-07, 14:55
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Originally Posted by crazee horse View Post
wow, that was written well, i usually struggle understanding it all and get all confused after the first paragraph lol. ive just gone from a bridge to dslr and its all a bit much at once for me. buttons and features everywhere. hopefully i"ll get to grips with it in time lol
Thanks Crazee Horse, glad you found it useful. Your avatar makes me smile every time I see it.

Sassan and Mike, I'm surprised you've only just found the stickies, but it pleases me that having put the effort in, they are actually being read.
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Old 11-12-07, 14:12
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well said yelvertoft, very useful for a newbie like myself.

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Old 15-02-13, 12:03
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Default Hello Everybody

Hello everyone

Maybe i m doing something wrong and i'd be very grateful if somebody points me
to the right path. But i hv found autofocus on DSLR (in my case 7D with
EF-S 10-22mm) to be real menace. At first i think it is hardware problem.i sent
it service center,but they told me every thing is ok in my cam.

It is extremely frustrating and really ruins my day down there, that's why I
thanks for view...
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Old 16-02-13, 21:08
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Hi Jack
Perhaps you can explain abit more what sort of problem you are having and maybe someone can help out.
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Old 27-02-13, 16:49
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Really well explained, thank you very much :-)
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Old 09-08-13, 00:11
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Auto focus on the Canon 7D is very clever but you need to understand how to use it. The system has 19 Focus points and is customizable. You have to remember that one of the strengths of this camera, is it's ability as an action camera for sport etc. There is a good article on the auto focus system of the 7D at http://www.learn.usa.canon.com/resou..._article.shtml
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Old 24-11-17, 07:10
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Thanks Duncan, very helpful advice. I'm relatively new to photography. Learned something new today!
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