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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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Many manufacturers offer viewfinder extenders, but Fuji doesn't list one among the accessories for HS-series cameras. However, there are some third party "viewfinder magnifier" options that fit cameras from a number of manufacturers, including Fuji. It's hard to say whether these would fit your model (especially considering the age of this question) but they ...


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Field of view is one thing, magnification is another. A 25mm (or 35mm) lens doesn't stop being a 25mm (or 35mm) lens just because you put a smaller sensor behind it. Despite it yielding a "normal" FoV on a specific format (e.g., µ4/3, APS-C). Try slapping the m.Zuiko 45/1.8 on your E-PL1, with both your eyes open, or any 50mm lens, and you'll ...


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Here's the thing about crop factor: The image from a crop body sensor is only magnified 1.5x or 2.0x more when it is displayed at the same viewing size as an image from a 35mm full frame camera. If you take an image made by a 36x24 mm sensor and display it at 6x4 inches, you magnify the image 4.23X. If you take an image made by a 2.0x crop factor ยต4/3 ...



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