Dynamic Area

This is most useful for shooting moving subjects. You use the multi selector to choose the focus area where your subject is located. If the subject moves out of that focus area the camera will switch to a different focus area to track the subject and keep it sharp. For the Dynamic Area mode to work effectively, the subject needs to stay somewhere across the middle of the viewfinder. By doing so the subject will be near one of the focus areas.

I have recently started to use the dynamic area with both my Nikon 60 mm and 105 mm macro lens with moderate success on moving subjects.

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