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    Posted: 04 March 2020 at 11:26
Hello,

I have a question. Can You change the Focus Hold button on Your lens in eyefocus with a A99II?

Edited by T Snijder - 04 March 2020 at 11:46
 



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I am pretty sure the answer is yes.

But I can't find the list of which functions can be assigned to the focus hold button on the A99II.

ILCA-99M2 | Help Guide
You can also assign a shooting function to the focus hold button on the lens....
The functions that can be assigned differ depending on the keys.
          
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Yes I have read it, but can't see how. Maybe is it lost with a update?

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Originally posted by T Snijder T Snijder wrote:

Hello,

I have a question. Can You change the Focus Hold button on Your lens in eyefocus with a A99II?


Yes, you can. I just checked with Minolta 28-70G. It works.
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How?
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Menu -> Camera tab 2 -> subpage 8/9 -> Custom Key(Shoot.) -> Page 3/3: Focus Hold Button

Among the numerous options is "Eye AF". Note that the list of options is not entirely alphabetical, the options are grouped and only those groups are in alphabetical order.
 



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Thanks for your help,I go looking for this, I try this for a long time.
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Yes I did it, The dutch translation of the menu is in mine opinion not the
clearest.

Again thanks.
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