I have been noticing, even if I use AF-S with Single-Point focus and set the focus on the eye of the bird, still the final photo either comes out blurred or has less details.
Someone in a response to one of my previous question advised me to first half-press the shutter button and set the focus on the subject. Then move the center point slightly to either left or right and then take the shot.
I tried this as well. Still the exposure and focus both are not satisfactory.
In the below picture, I set the ISO sensitivity to Auto.
Other parameters are:
- Camera: Nikon D5600
- Lens: 300 mm
- Shutter Speed: 1/160 sec.
- Aperture: f/14
- ISO: 2800
I set the focus on the eyes, still it came out blurred.
Edited This question is not related to Auto-Focus. It is related to:
- Manual Focus
- Aperture Priority, and
- Shutter Priority modes
Is the problem with the Lens or Camera is not equipped for such type of shots? I read D5600 does not have optical image stabilization.