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Try pressing the AE-L button on the camera (it is located around where your right thumb rests). If the camera focuses, this means that your neighbour probably assigned that button to act as AF-ON and forgot to tell you. This is useful in certain situations when you want to decouple the focus from the shutter button and in this case, pressing the shutter ...


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I have Nikon D5200 and had similar issue where it would auto-focus in 'live view mode' when shutter release button was pressed half-way but not in 'view finder mode'. Later found that I had assigned function key (Fn) to AF-C and it would only auto-focus by pressing function key (Fn) in 'viewfinder mode'.


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Try different lens on your cam, see if problem is with your lens or cam. If all lens shows same result then go to your setting and check if rangefinder is set to OFF, if it is set to OFF turn it ON.


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With most Nikon cameras and AF lenses with focus motors in the lens, there are switches on both the lens and the camera that must be turned on for AF to be enabled. If there's not a physical switch on the camera (usually in the area near the lens release button that must be pressed to remove the lens), then it is probably buried somewhere in the menu. If ...


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It could be several issues, but my first guess, since the FZ1000 is a superzoom bridge camera, is simply that when you zoomed in on your wife's face, you may have inadvertently moved the minimum focus distance of the lens past her. If you're not in macro mode, at the wide end of the lens (zoomed all the way in) you can focus as close as 11.8"/30cm, but ...


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Check that the transmitter is seated properly (pushed all the way in) on the camera hotshoe. If the pins and contacts on the foot of the transmitter are misaligned, then the commands can't be communicated. Also, in the camera's menu for flash, disable Wireless. That function is for Canon's optical wireless system. see also: The Other YN622C User Guide, ...


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Have you followed the instructions in the manual for troubleshooting? Which camera do you have? Are you using Liveview on your camera? Many 3rd party flash or triggers will not work with Canon Liveview. Higher end cameras like the 60D, 70D, 5D, 7D etc all have an option in the camera menu to disable "Silent Shooting" while in Liveview. This allows the ...


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It looks from your example images as though it could be a colour management issue. Lightroom uses different colour spaces for the Library and Develop modules, as explained here. (Key excerpt below) Lightroom primarily uses the Adobe RGB color space to display colors. The Adobe RGB gamut includes most of the colors that digital cameras can capture as well ...



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