.. And nothing about the 35 L II, well it's only rumored several times a year for the last better part of a decade.
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Does that mean I should turn it off if I never use zone and all 61?
No need to turn it off, but if left on it's not doing anything for you...
Really? I thought iTR also worked with 4 and 8 expanded, at least the color tracking?
Nope - 61-pt auto and Zone AF only. See p.95 of the manual.
More love for the Odins. Strongly back-lit subjects always threw the infrared Canon flash triggering off, but with the Odins, shooting straight into the sun is no problem.
This is far from a great shot, but I love the convenience of being able to adjust the backlight and fill in groups independently, right at the camera, without having to manually re-adjust the flashes. It's a great way to make an otherwise boring shot not quite as boring
1dX 24mm f1.4 L II@ f4. Light Quadra in a 70cm Deep Octa.
That photo looks very nice, clean, and sharp. Well done.
If the 100 L and the 135 and all the nikons survive the heat, then this will too. "Shameless marketing" is much easier to believe.
Auric Goldfinger had his painted in 24 carat gold
It wasn't lenses he painted in 24 carat gold but beautiful bodies
It's face-detection with phase AF. I find that it works pretty for tracking a person moving through a group. I have a Servo setting for 'people/events' and I use iTR for that, but not for my wildlife/birds setting. Note that for iTR to work, you've got to be in 61-point auto selection more for the AF point selection.