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How to set up BACK BUTTON FOCUS for Canon. Wildlife Photography tutorial.



In this quick tutorial, Sabine demonstrates how to set up back button focus on a Canon DSLR camera.

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Discover why disconnecting autofocus from your shutter release button can improve your nature and wildlife photography.

Once you learn how to use back button focus, you will never go back to shooting without it.

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7 comments
  1. Hi, thanks a lot in advance.
    In focus locked, when focusing on a point,I presses the back button AF … Do I have to press the back button all the time or can I release and the focus locks on a point I selected? What happens in a following focus? Thank you again
    Wishing you excellent health and a return to routine

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