Drive mode

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whether you’re shoot­ing ac­tive sub­jects or sta­tion­ary ones, it’s worth tak­ing pic­tures in short bursts with your cam­era set to its high­speed drive set­ting when you’re shoot­ing hand­held. This will im­prove your chances of get­ting at least one sharp im­age. Not only does it give the cam­era more time to lock onto a mov­ing sub­ject if you’re track­ing it us­ing AI Servo AF, but shots in the mid­dle of a se­quence are more likely to be sharper than those at each end. This is be­cause it’s easy to inad­ver­tently nudge the cam­era when you press and re­lease the shut­ter re­lease but­ton.

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