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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2007 11:45 am 
How does the EOS 40Ds' AF subject tracking compare with that of the 30D ?


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John Bourne wrote:
How does the EOS 40Ds' AF subject tracking compare with that of the 30D ?

Hi John,

A very warm welcome to the Camera Labs forum.

Unfortunately I am in no position to answer your question. I have used AF Servo on the 40D and have been pleased with the results but I have never owned a 30D. Maybe Gordon knows but I don't think this is something he tests in his reviews. It would be quite difficult to set up a test which is both demanding and repeatable.

Bob.

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