I just received my Canon 5DS (the international version) in the mail today. I upgraded from a 6D, and the first thing I noticed is that the default setting on the 5DS was to only display 1 focus point, in the center. The 6D had all 12 points showing. When auto focusing with the 6D, many different points would light up and the one it focused on would remain lit, however, with the 5DS, even after I managed to get all 61 points to display on the view finder, it only ever auto focuses on the center point.
For example, if you have a composition where the subject lies in the bottom right of the frame, or center right, the 6D AF system would auto focus on it, but my 5DS seems to only focus on dead center right out of the box, meaning only subjects in the dead center of the frame are in focus...
I do not know what to do. I didn't think the camera settings learning curve would be this steep.
Thank you for any insight you can give.