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R5/R6 Autofocus Guide

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The R5/R6 Autofocus Guide
 
Twenty-one pages. 3,452 words. 28-DPP4 screen captures showing the R5’s vaunted AF system in action. Note: the AF system of the R5 is identical to the AF system of the R6. 

 

You will learn:

1- The two most useful AF Methods for general bird photography and for birds in flight. 

2- How to set up your R5/R6 AF Menus.

3- What boxes to check under Limit AF Methods.

4- How to change the the AF Method quickly, easily, and efficiently. Note: the default way of doing this is clunky, cumbersome, and inefficient at best. 

5- The only setting that should be used for Initial Servo AF pt for Face Detection + Tracking. 

If you are currently using multiple back buttons either for general bird photography or for birds in flight, what you learn in this guide will change your life. For the better. 

Here are the first three paragraphs of this e-Guide:

From the moment I learned about the new Canon mirrorless bodies, I read about using two or three back-buttons to focus using different AF methods. The word on the street said that the way to go for birds in flight was to use one button to acquire focus with Zone AF or with Large Zone: Horizontal AF and then switch to another button to activate Face Detection + Tracking AF and then use the shutter button to make an image. My immediate thought was, “This is insanity! There has got to be a better way.” In short, there is a far superior way to set up AF on your R5 or R6. 

Remember that I got away from any form of back-button or rear focusing many years ago after finally realizing that it is always easier to do one thing (press the shutter button), than it is to do two things (press a back button and then press the shutter button). 

The default method of switching AF Methods with the R5/R6 bodies is cumbersome at best. It involves first pressing the grid button (my name) on the upper right back of the camera and then pressing the hard-to-access M-Fn button to toggle through the AF Methods. This method is so bad that it will not be mentioned again in this guide. 

There will be a single free update sometime during January 2021. Keep your eyes on the blog to learn about the Canon EOS R5 Camera User’s e-Guide

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