- Dec 6, 2007
- North East, UK
- Real Name
- Colin Carter
First - keep yourself civil, or people will think that there only one idiot. Watch your language and temper. There is no matrix with one already chosen AF sensor(point). Check it first, be mature enough to accept the fact you could be wrong. Look thru VF - single AF point has turned your matrix to SPOT metering. THX! LZ
Sorry i couldnt resist.
and FYI, i know i'm not wrong thank you
right, im looking through the viewfinder, ive selected single point af, im pressing the af-on button to focus and low and behold its still using matrix metering. how do i know this, because the matrix metering symbol is in the bottom corner and also because its just not even concievable that the camera would force you to use spot metering.
Remember back when cameras only had one af point, in the middle, your saying that all the metering modes (matrix, centre weighted etc) were there just for a laugh and only spot metering worked?
Spot metering is only usefull for select scenarios so why would we be forced to use it?
I bet a massive percentage of DSLR users only use one af point now even though they have over 100 on some cameras and your saying that they can only use spot metering?
go have a think about what your saying.