KenjiS wrote in post #18774965.
..... the lack of a joystick is EXTREMELY annoying, reaching over to do touchpad AF in my case was a pain ......
So, if it doesn't have a joystick, and you had to use the touchpad for AF ..... well, then that makes me wonder ..... if one is using it to track moving subjects, and the moving subject suddenly changes direction, then how do you change the AF point that you want to use without taking your eye away from the viewfinder?
What I mean is, for some of us, we are constantly photographing things that are on the move, and the whole time that we are tracking them through the viewfinder, trying to keep them in the frame, we need to be constantly changing the AF point that we want to use, so that we can keep adjusting our composition on a second-to-second basis, as the animal moves around and about rapidly.
For some of us, this is the normal way that we use a camera on a day-to-day basis, not some kind of exceptional situation. . I'm sure that many high-speed sports action photographers have the same needs - especially for sports like soccer and football, where the action is often erratic and unpredictable.
So, how do you do that with the EOS-R? . Surely there must be some way to do it, even if that way is a little more awkward than what we are used to. . Isn't there?
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