I realize everyone has a different technique in photography. For example with my Canon's I tend to use AF-S and utilize the red focus assist for indoor bounced flash photography.
With Sony I've use AF-C and use eye focus when warranted. I also use AF lock if I have to do a form of "focus/recompose".
Lately I've been testing the Godox X1TS trigger on my A7iii. I've taken a photo of objects in the evening in pitch dark environment (literally 100% no vision possible.) Using the Godox trigger I can lock on virtually anything in the room with my V860mk2 mounted on the hotshoe of the godox trigger.
Now I'm needing to do more experimentation because now this starts to get into the realm I'm use too with my Canon setup. However what I find is that Sony's AF-S is not very accurate or I miss alot more photos compared to using Sony in AF-C mode.
In my Canon world I land almost every photo with extremely high capture rate using AF-S with bounced flash in low light.
I wonder how many events photographers are starting to utilize the Godox trigger's red focus assist.
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This setup is actually acceptable in balance. The red focus assist really does help compared to no sony "illumination" light or if you use the obnoxious Sony assist light.
I'm quite impressed in how the godox trigger helps AF.