Originally Posted by MattKing
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.
If I gain an interest in that metering system in the future, I will try it out. I appreciate your input.
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