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Hi,

 

habe eine wahrscheinliche Anfaengerfrage zur Leica Q und dessen Autofokus.

 

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Programmautomatik (Blende und Zeit)

Mehrfeldmessung

Mittenbetont

 

Normalerweise funktioniert der Autofokus problemlos. Ich druecke den Ausloeser halb durch, die gruenen Quadrate zeigen die Fokuspunkte an. Durchdruecken macht direkt ohne Verzoegerung das foto. Ab und zu kommt es jedoch vor, dass die Kamera nachfokussiert (scheint so) und es somit zu einer verzoegerung von 1-2 Sekunden kommt. Nahm an, dass sobald der Ausloeser halb durchgedrueckt wurde, das Bild bei kompletten durchdruecken so gemacht wird, ohne Verzoegerung!

 

Ist das ein normales Verhalten? Meine bei meiner Spiegelreflex war das damals nicht. Moechte nur sicherstellen dass das kein technischer Fehler ist.

 

Danke im Voraus.

 

Beste Gruesse

Julian

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