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    I use this feature all the time because I seem to shoot a lot of close or middle distance shots where depth-of-field is a critical choice. Thankfully the acute-matte screen gives enough extra brightness to be very helpful when the lens is stopped down. Studio work before the acute-matte screens was much more difficult and resulted in a lot of eyestrain.

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    i will stay away rom that button from now on!
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    I've used it. When I first got my 60mm I thought it was broken until I figured out how to disengage it.

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    i'm rying to figure out how to take the button off for good now.
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    Not that I would recommend, but a blob of eopxy glue might deactivate it forever.


    Maybe even better would be just remembering how to engage and de-engage that feature. Every so often I do that whether I'm using it or not as a refresher course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    Not Maybe even better would be just remembering how to engage and de-engage that feature. Every so often I do that whether I'm using it or not as a refresher course.
    that makes too much sense
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