I am trying to set up continuous autofocus without pressing the shutter, and can only get it to work on one of my 4 sony A6000's. For the life of me I cannot figure out what is different about the settings on that one camera that will enable the lens to refocus without pressing down the shutter when I move the camera around to different subjects. I have tried different lenses, and they all will continuously autofocus on just that one camera. All of the sony a6000's have been upgraded to version 3.2. Thanks for any ideas/help.
Here are some shots I took a while ago, but just found...
All shot with an a7R II and the Sony Sonnar T* 135mm f/1.8 ZA - I really miss that lens!
Model: Audrey McDermot
Photo by Rick Birt of www.romeobravophoto.com
Long story short I only need 1 lens to work and function a certain way. I do NOT need autofocus. But it's the new Sigma 14-24mm for Nikon that just came out a little while ago, not many people have it on their radar. I just need it to work on aperture priority mode and be able to bracket photos as well. But i shoot on manual focus at infinite. I'm wondering if only the more expensive adapters like the commlite will work with this function or if the cheaper 99 dollar ones will let me control aperture as well. I care about image quality but if the more expensive adapters are only that pricey because of autofocus I could care less. Any info would be appreciated, thanks!