Quote Originally Posted by Fixcinater View Post
Originally Posted by Fixcinater
Thomas, have you had luck getting the eye controlled focus function to work? I've tried many many times in many different conditions of light and never been able to have it recognize my eye movement with or without my glasses on.

I have not tried, and doubt I will. That metering system eats batteries like crazy. What I like about it is the spot metering in the viewfinder, point it at the area of interest, meter, shoot. That's how I plan on using it. The bright red indication of being in focus is exactly what my eyes are in need of.

Don't dismiss the eye controlled focus until you try it out.

There is something really intuitive about being able to look at various parts of a scene and having the focus change as your eye moves.

I'm not sure if the EOS 3 offers the ability to use eye movements to stop-down for depth of field preview - but I prefer a separate button for that function anyways.