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MK III Registered AF Point
John Perkins, Photographer
Elizabethtown | KY | USA | Posted: 4:52 PM on 05.12.08
->> For those of you that are shooting with the 1D MKIII have you figured out a way to set the AF-on button to switch to the registered af point like on the old original 1D? I've found you can toggle between the registered point or array selection by the multi-controler joystick, but that's a bit of a reach when I'm used to using that button to switch.

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Justin Deeley, Photographer
Noble Park | VIC | Australia | Posted: 9:05 AM on 05.13.08
->> I too missed that after updating to the Mk III but after installing the latest firmward I'm happier than ever with the focus point selection via the multi-controller.

Now that you can directly select them with the multi controller that's all I use!

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