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You can gain better results by manually adjusting the focus in the following cases: â¢The autofocus mode is not effective when shooting â subjects through glass coated with water droplets â horizontal stripes â subjects with little contrast with backgrounds such as walls and sky â¢When you want to change the focus from a subject in the foreground to a subject in the background â¢Shooting a stationary subject when using a tripod
(1) Set FOCUS to MANUAL in the standby or recording mode. The appears. (2) Turn NEAR/FAR to sharpen focus.
To return to the autofocus mode
Set FOCUS to AUTO.
Advanced Recording Operations
To record distant subjects
When you press FOCUS down to INFINITY, the lens focuses on infinity and indicator appears. When you release FOCUS, your camcorder returns to the manual focus mode. Use this mode when your camcorder focuses on near objects even though you are trying to shoot a distant object. To focus precisely Adjust the zoom by first focusing at the âTâ (telephoto) position and then shooting at the âWâ (wide-angle) position. This makes focusing easier. When you shoot close to the subject Focus at the end of the âWâ (wide-angle) position. 9 changes to the following indicators: when recording a distant subject. when the subject is too close to focus on.