I have just switched from the Canon 500D to a 60D. Most of my work is property based, and this is therefore 90% internal flash shots where I often wish to pick out a particular spot for best focus.
On the 500D I could hit the AF point selection button (top RH) which would show all 9 alternatives. I would then use the main dial to toggle round, allowing the correct position to be seleceted.
When I started to use the new camera this was also the case, but more recently, when I hit the AF point selection button, the 9 red points appear, but only for a fraction of a second, and then disapear before I can make a choice.
I've checked that my lenses (10-22, 15-85 and 70-200) are set to AF, and as far as I'm aware, haven't altered any settings in the menu that should make this change.
Also found in live view, I couldn't get focus lock (red to green) so may follow a similar theme as above?
Is the 60D set up differently, is my camera faulty, or must I go into the menu and choose an option that will return what was a very easy route used on the 500D, and also during the first few days with the 60D?
I have also found when I check past pics on the camera, some include the red focus points - which is pretty weird!