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AF-S+ Wide/Tracking

Automatically capturing a subject with unpredictable movements

An upgrade on the previous Auto Area AF mode, the camera automatically assesses the entire 77-point focus area, selects multiple zones and focuses on the subject. Ideal when shooting a scene with numerous elements, the camera focuses on the subject even within the most complicated scene.

Perfect scenes

Use for focusing on subjects with unpredictable movements, or multiple moving subjcects.

This mode is perfect for beginners shooting scenes that contain a number of moving subjects, including those that unpredictably come into the frame or subjects that randomly move across the entire frame.

  • X-T1 / XF55-200mmF3.5-4.8 R LM OIS | F4.8 1/1000s ISO200 ©Toshiya Ogawa (Japan)

  • X-T10 / XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR | F5.6 1/640s ISO100 ©Jacek Bonecki (Poland)

Recommended lens

  • XF14mmF2.8 R

    XF14mmF2.8 R

    Ultra-wide angle lens equivalent to 21mm*, offering a dramatically wide angle of view. This lens is perfect for capturing subjects that are moving unpredictably across the frame.

  • XF27mmF2.8


    The thinnest and lightest XF lens equivalent to 41mm*. The compact design enables fast autofocus, accurately capturing subjects that are moving unpredictably.

*35mm format equivalent.


  • focus mode selector

    01Rotate the focus mode selector on the front of the camera to S position.

  • Autofocus Setting menu

    02In the Autofocus Setting menu, select Wide/Tracking in AF mode.

* The setting varies depending on what camera you use. Please refer to the owner's manual for further detail.