Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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AF-area mode can be selected by pressing 
the AF-mode button and rotating the sub-
command dial until the desired setting is 
displayed in the viewfinder or control panel.
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3D-tracking
When the shutter-release button is pressed halfway, the colors in the area surrounding the 
focus point are stored in the camera. Consequently 3D-tracking may not produce the 
desired results with subjects that are the same color as the background or that occupy a very 
small area of the frame.
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AF-Area Mode
AF-area mode is shown in the control panel and viewfinder.
AF-area mode
Control panel
Viewfinder
AF-area mode
Control panel
Viewfinder
Single-point AF
39-point dynamic-area 
AF
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9-point dynamic-area 
AF
*
3D-tracking
21-point dynamic-area 
AF
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Auto-area AF
* Only active focus point is displayed in the viewfinder. Remaining focus points provide information to 
assist focus operation.
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Manual Focus
Single-point AF is automatically selected when manual focus is used.
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See Also
For information on adjusting how long the camera waits before refocusing when an object 
moves in front of the camera, see Custom Setting a3 (Focus tracking with lock-on
See page 52 for information on the autofocus options available in live view or during movie 
recording.
AF-mode button
Sub-command dial
Control panel
Viewfinder