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Shooting
2
Choosing a focus mode (AF mode)
Select a focusing method (focus mode).
You can choose separate focusing methods for still photography mode and n mode.
1
Press the z button to display the live control, and select the AF mode item
using FG.
P
Single AF
ii
ISO
AUTO
ISOISOISO
AUTOAUTOAUTO
RR
AUTOAUTOAUTOAUTO
S-AFS-AF
C-AFC-AF
MFMF
S-AFS-AF
MF
C-AFC-AF
TR
S-AFS-AF
S-AFS-AF
AF mode
2
Select an option with HI and press the z button.
The selected AF mode is displayed on the monitor.
S-AF (single AF)
The camera focuses once when the shutter button is pressed
halfway. When the focus is locked, a beep sounds, and the AF
confi rmation mark and the AF target mark light up. This mode is
suitable for taking pictures of still subjects or subjects with limited
movement.
C-AF
(continuous AF)
The camera repeats focusing while the shutter button remains
pressed halfway. When the subject is in focus, the AF confi rmation
mark lights up on the monitor and the beep sounds when the focus
is locked at the fi rst time.
Even if the subject moves or you change the composition of the
picture, the camera continues trying to focus.
When using a Four Thirds system lens, this setting will change to
[S-AF].
MF
(manual focus)
This function allows you to
manually focus on any position
by operating the focus ring on
the lens.
Near
)
Focus ring
S-AF+MF
(simultaneous use of
S-AF mode and MF
mode)
After pressing the shutter button halfway to focus in [S-AF] mode,
you can turn the focus ring to fi ne-adjust focus manually.
C-AF+TR
(AF tracking)
Press the shutter button halfway to focus; the camera then tracks
and maintains focus on the current subject while the shutter button
is held in this position.
The AF target is displayed in red if the camera can no longer track
the subject. Release the shutter button and then frame the subject
again and press the shutter button halfway.
When using a Four Thirds system lens, this setting will change to
[S-AF].
The camera may be unable to focus if the subject is poorly lit, obscured by mist or smoke,
or lacks contrast.
When using a Four Thirds system lens, AF will not be available during movie recording.
You cannot set the AF mode if the MF focus latch of the lens is set to MF.
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