I can relate. I've pretty much given up manual focus on anything other than my Fuji gear. I don't do well with moving subjects anymore, and narrow DoF gives me fits unless on a tripod. So, mostly AF for me these days. (However, I do love the handling and rendering of the new Heliar 50/3.5 on my X-H1.)Sometimes I think I get a little bit of DSLR envy. Then I pull out my old *ist D with a Vivitar 70-150 and I'm reminded why I gave up most of my legacy gear. This was the best of 6 attempts - I'm just not very good with old manual glass these days. Or maybe I just lost my touch with the split screen focus. Which is odd, considering my only camera for 20 years was a film SLR with split screen focus. IS and focus peaking have ruined me.
View attachment 192187
I saw that on your Flickr stream and was tempted to ask "is that real??"Holy cow! Going through my photos of the Super Wolf Blood Moon again, I realized that I actually captured the meteor strike!
View attachment 193460
Meteor impact during Super Blood Wolf Moon by John Flores, on Flickr
View attachment 193461
Meteor impact (closeup) during Super Blood Wolf Moon by John Flores, on Flickr
Q-S1 with DA55-300. What dumb luck!