12 Nov 2019

Focus Tracking

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Focus tracking is an autofocus function in which a camera’s processor analyzes a moving subject and predicts where it will move in order to maintain focus. Focus tracking is useful for action shots of all sorts including pet photography, fitness, and sports.

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