Does Canon offer a printed and bound version of the revised autofocus guide linked above or is it just available in PDF?
Sure would like to have a printed and bound version to keep in my bag along with the camera owners manual.
You could print it out on your printer. I'm not sure if the same AF Guide is in the LCD Tutorials below, but there's a lot of them.
If anyone's interested here are some 1DX tutorials that can be downloaded and played back on the Cameras LCD screen:
Thanks for tips here! I value that AF-guide and these tutorials. It's hard to just try different Cases when out shooting, because there are so many other factors. What I would like is an auto-switch between the cases, lol.
For example shooting kids would require all of them within a split second timedifference.
I would very much appricate if someone had a better explanation of what does what when these three settings are combined. I feel Canon only says what one does over the other, but for instance with the mk4, if you chose that, than this had no effect and so on.
I feel like I can't really get the hang of something to fit shoot running kids. They are often but not always erradic, often stops and skips to the side, then run again. I tried the erradic setting but found I loose focus much more than with Case 1. I like to use 4 or 8 surrounding points, mostly 4, it works very well for normal movement, but when things happen right left really fast I would like to adjust to improve, any hints are greatly appriciated!
Ps. I tried Zone AF and ALL 61 and found it to be as useless as the previous 1d's