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    CDAF v PDAF focusing systems, an explanation

    CDAF v PDAF focusing systems, an explanation
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    Re: CDAF v PDAF focusing systems, an explanation

    Interesting, the details say a lot about AF systems and (especially) why PDAF needs to be tweaked. At the same time the editing is choppy in spots and rushed.

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    Re: CDAF v PDAF focusing systems, an explanation

    Watched. But I am not a fan of Tony and Chelsea anymore. I have read how Nikon approached focus in the Z6 and 7 using PDAF and CDAF it is pretty cool how they did it. The other nice thing about the design is that it should be tune-able in the firmware.
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