Manual focus is the direct control of a camera/lens's focus by the photographer. This is generally accomplished by turning a focus ring which is mechanically coupled to the lens's focus, but some cameras without focus rings allow manual control over the autofocus motor.
I realize this is rather old hardware, at least as digital goes, but I'm hoping to hand it down to a friend as a starter kit. Every once in a while, my Digital Rebel XS will refuse to take a shot ...
I dropped my camera on a tile floor the other day and everything appeared fine. My wife tried to take some close up pictures of a gift today and found that the Auto Focus wouldn't work on close field ...
I'm using two cameras: Canon EOS 400D (Digital Rebel XTi) and Canon EOS 450D (EOS Rebel XSi). 450D was more heavily used than 400D. Not so long ago I noticed that 450D's autofocus system works not ...
The best example of my problem is when using any level of optical zoom with autofocus. When I press the AF button before shooting, it will scan as it does and hit the sweet focus spot where everything ...