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Dear friends, I´m just starting in studio flash photography and I don't get to do this right: Everything went very well with Single focusing, which is of course very slow when you need to shoot someone moving in front of you. But when I wanted to shoot -say- 2-3 shots, I just fell I couldn't. I know how great the XT2 is, so I admit my ignorance. Is there anybody out there that can share a special setup for these situations? I really appreciate your help. Thanks and cheers from Chile! Ralph
Greetings... As we know, it possible to set up an x-series camera for back-button focusing whereby Continuous AF is activated by holding a back AF button and MF can be adjusted by releasing the AF button and turning focus ring. With the clutched lenses, is it possible to set this up so that the clutch-ring does not need to be moved backwards and forwards to change between AF to MF mode, and instead be left engaged so as to provide the same instant manual adjustment while maintaining the ability to do Continuous AF on a button press?Many thanks, Cass.