Nikon D800 User Manual (en)

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When AF-C (
0 91) is selected for viewfinder photography, this 
option controls whether photographs can be taken whenever the 
shutter-release button is pressed (release priority) or only when the 
camera is in focus (focus priority).
Regardless of the option selected, focus will not lock when AF-C is 
selected for autofocus mode.  The camera will continue to adjust 
focus until the shutter is released.
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See Also
Menu defaults are listed on page 407. If settings in the current bank 
have been modified from default values, an asterisk will be displayed 
adjacent to the altered settings in the second level of the Custom 
Settings menu.
a: Autofocus
a1: AF-C Priority Selection
G button
➜ A Custom Settings menu
Option
Description
Release
Photos can be taken whenever the shutter-release 
button is pressed.
E
Release + 
focus
Photos can be taken even when the camera is not in 
focus. In continuous mode, frame rate slows for 
improved focus if the subject is dark or low contrast.
Focus
Photos can only be taken when the in-focus indicator 
(
I) is displayed.