And so we did, also switching to continuous drive. Being the conservative type (at least as far as memory card space goes), I first opted for 3 fps, but, as the stunt pilot buzzed the boat at progressively closer distances (you could clearly see the evil grin on his face), I went to 5 fps, with AF set to autotrack across the 11 points of the frame. Those were shots you couldn't get with your kid's pocket compact. Yet all of us came away with keepers. With a 5 fps JPEG burst rate limited only by the capacity of the card, this new camera never choked on those 12.2MP shots. And the AF did exactly what it was supposed to -- track the plane both as it was approaching, and as it roared across the frame.