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I don't know the E-M10 exactly, but on the E-M5 you could use one of these approaches: Focus with the manual ring on the objective, assuming the 40-150 has one (in my memory it does). Switch the touch screen on the rear side to the point-and-shoot mode, then touch onto the moon on the display using your finger. Does this help? If not, what's the exact ...


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I am sorry, I have just made a typical mistake. I had not tried to erase all configuration data in the camera before asking (with the option in the menu). I though I had tried changing every related option but it seems I left one of them. Just restoring the configuration to preset values has made it magicly work. In the end I still don't know why it ...


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Does this camera support back-button autofocus? The reported behavior matches what my 6d does, sort of—I have it set to move AF from the shutter button to a button on the back, but green box overrides that setting and puts AF back on the shutter button.


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Are you shooting in Live View? If so, to focus you should press the AE Lock button <*> on the back of the camera. Half pressing the shutter will not activate Auto Focus in Live View. If you are shooting using Live View and have Custom Function C.Fn-7 set to 0: Disable neither a half press of the shutter nor pressing the AE Lock button <*> will ...


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Autofocus works when you turn on the AF on your lens and hold the shutter button half way down and let the camera do the trick. Have you tried that?


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Let's assume that you were using autofocus and properly focused on the subject (I'm assuming the ship), there are several reasons the image could appear out of focus given the camera was mounted on a tripod. It most likely not a focus issue but a blur issue. There could be several possible reasons for this: There was considerable wind. Wind blowing, even ...


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will not focus an distant objects. Will an extension tube solve this problem? No, extension tubes allow focusing closer but at the same time prevent focusing to infinity. It shifts your focus range down. It sounds like your lens needs readjustment or repair. Start with a close inspection: any loose parts, rattling, buildup of grease? Does the ...


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I've never adapted an M lens, but I have adapted some R lenses for my Canon dSLRs, and I've also adapted some Olympus OM lenses on my micro four-thirds cameras. And I'd say it all depends on which mirrorless camera you end up getting and what type of manual focusing assist features it offers. Right now, the latest generation of Fuji X cameras (except the ...


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I had this problem in Low light with the AF Assist Light still coming on. What I found was that using the Live View is completely different to focusing while keeping Live view off. I just stopped using Live view and the problem was immediately solved. Of course the AF Assiste light was working in my case for both scenarios.


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This may not be the answer you are looking for, thinking outside the box, (the box being the camera) may help you overcome the situation and obtain the image you want if no other option is found on time. I use a Canon 50D and when I face similar situations, I add to the equipment a small but powerful L.E.D. torch or flashlight. It is small, powered by 3 AAA ...


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You can use a camera or lens that offers tilt capability. The zone of sharp focus doesn't get any wider, but it tilts. Example: the bottom of the frame is focused a foot away, the top of the frame is focused slightly past infinity. If that matches the way your scene is laid out it can appear you have insanely deep DoF even though the DoF at any given point ...


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Use AI-Servo and Continuous shots and hope for the best. You can try with one point or more. All these will sometimes work, otherwise fail. It's all about taking chances. It's about luck



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