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    Eye Focus A6000

    Guys

    Just wondering if anyone could explain how to use this , its a new thing for me

    Regards
    Darren

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    Hi Darren. Have a look at this. Gary Fong has loads of tutorials on you tube for Sony cameras.
    https://www.garyfong.com/learn/how-s...cus-sony-a6000
    Hope this helps. Dave
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    Also, note that not all lenses support this, only select Sony E (this means adapted lenses will definitely *not* eye-AF on the A6000).

    And you need to be in AF-S mode.

    When I try to use this, my success rate is not perfect. For some reason I get the small square on the eye but it "does not stick" so I'm never too sure if the focus is good when I shoot. The photos are normally good but it may be taking its focus on the face instead.

    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by saint dave View Post
    Hi Darren. Have a look at this. Gary Fong has loads of tutorials on you tube for Sony cameras.
    https://www.garyfong.com/learn/how-s...cus-sony-a6000
    Hope this helps. Dave
    Quote Originally Posted by leuius View Post
    Also, note that not all lenses support this, only select Sony E (this means adapted lenses will definitely *not* eye-AF on the A6000).

    And you need to be in AF-S mode.

    When I try to use this, my success rate is not perfect. For some reason I get the small square on the eye but it "does not stick" so I'm never too sure if the focus is good when I shoot. The photos are normally good but it may be taking its focus on the face instead.

    Good luck
    Thanks Gents

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