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Do not take this wrong, but all the other modes are automatic. This one depends on you, so... learn how to control the camera. The situation you describe sounds to me that it is very dark, because you say that the camera focus for a moment and that is the only moment you see what are you photographing. That can be the focus asistant light. The rest of the ...


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When you're in manual mode, you can shoot yourself in the foot all you want. This includes underexposing to the point of having a black frame. Check your meter. Unlike all the other automated modes, in M mode, the camera doesn't automatically adjust your settings to shove your meter's "needle" to 0. This is actually a feature, not a bug. But if you haven'...


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I have tried changing the aperture and shutter speed but it didn't help. Not to state the obvious, but what you change the aperture and shutter speeds to matters a lot. What were the settings you used? Also, check the ISO and exposure compensation settings. A good way start is to take a photo in Program mode. If the exposure looks good, check the values ...


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For smaller objects and larger magnifications manual focus is recomended using live magnification, it is funny that many times it is better to use zoom ring or moving camera backward-forward than turn the focus ring. For flowers and leaves autofocus on chosen point would give good results. If you want better result and not want to use stacking, then tilt-and-...


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what focusing mode should I use Any AF mode that works for you is fine, but many people prefer to set the camera to manual focus mode and make fine adjustments to focus by moving the camera. You can mount the camera to a macro focus rail and mount that on a tripod to make it easy to make and maintain small front/back and side to side adjustments. ...



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