« on: March 02, 2015, 03:55:35 AM »
DPreview: "The real kicker with the D7200 is that all 51 points can focus down to -3EV just like the D750, which is the best of any DSLR in this class. By comparison, the D7100's points focused down to -2EV. While the Canon EOS 7D II has more focus points (65, and all cross-type), only the center point can 'see' at -3EV."
Hopefully this will inspire Canon to bring this to their cameras as well (1D x MKII and 5D MKIV)
Agree. But what would you be shooting when the light levels are at -3EV?
Rahul, yes, there are times especially during Flash or macro photography or even long exposure which do sometimes, that I need to resort to liveview/ MF... I'd rather the PDAF just be there when I want...