Just had a thought...
Maybe it is only the Record button on the front of the SSD which does the Autofocus, not the one on the side of the body.
I will check...
I misunderstood what you were saying. Yes, I believe the side SSD record button has a half-press, but the power/record on the dumb side of the body doesn't.
Could be as simple as that :)
Tell me how this auto-focus works on the Epic.
If I put a mark on a person, if that person moves toward or away from the camera, will the autofocus follow that person? Or will it just search for something else to focus on?
I have a RED One (MX) with the Birger, but I'd really love for things to be held in focus as either the actor or the camera moves during a shot.
Okay. . . thanks, Julio. . .
That's one more reason for me to stay with our RED One for awhile. I'd like to move up to Epic, but we just don't have the coin at the moment.
Alas. . .
. . . maybe someday.
The Record button on the SSD does work correctly. The button on the body doesn't.
Having established that, I now have to agree with Julio, that the focus does hunt a lot.
And whilst in complaining/whining mood :-) the touch screen doesn't work very well. I often have to press an option 3 or 4 times before it accepts it.
.....ok, so are we saying that in order to shoot anything that moves toward or away from the camera, you have to manually follow focus Because autofocus on the camera is either to slow or doesn't work in that application?
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