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Old May 16, 2007, 11:57 PM   #3
happy_peasant
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Like genece said, the three-point is not usually a good choice for me. Sometimes the camera grabs things way off to the side compared to what I think it should when I use it. For action scenes it might help you focus slightly faster by finding a target sooner. You will just have to experiment. What I have found it useful for is soaring/flying past birds that are overhead. Useful there only because if target moving and I am shaking (my normal state) I have better odds of locking on to a target.
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