May 2006
Digital Quick Guide: Digital Techniques for Successful Nature Ph;2006, p52
The article discusses the significance of the proper usage of a digital camera's autofocus (AF) capabilities in the U.S. It notes the importance for users of such cameras to check and learn where the AF is located, and how to change the focusing mode. In addition, it is important to learn how to interpret the camera's Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen or viewfinder in determining its focusing. Most of the digital cameras usually focus when a user push the shutter down halfway.


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