Now we see through a glass, darkly...
- Apr 5, 2016
It focuses on the place of highest contrast within the active AF area. If the stuff behind your subject is more contrasty than your subject, it will always focus on the more contrasty area. This is nothing new. Canon cameras have always done this.I hope it’s for the RP too. They need to fix the auto focus issue where it locks on to things behind your subject if your subject doesn’t fill the focus square. Noticed often when trying to focus on a birds eye. Small head doesn’t fill the box, and it’ll focus on a branch or grass behind the bird that’s visible in the box.