AF in Focus Mag.
You can focus on the subject more accurately using auto-focus by magnifying the area where you want to focus. While the magnified image is displayed, you can focus on a smaller area than the flexible spot.
- MENU → (Focus) → [Focus Assistant] → [AF in Focus Mag.] → [On].
MENU → (Focus) → [Focus Assistant] → [Focus Magnifier].
Magnify the image by pressing the center of the multi-selector, and then adjust the position by pressing the multi-selector up/down/left/right.
- The magnification scale changes each time you press the center.
Press the shutter button halfway down to focus.
- The focus will be achieved at point of (plus mark) in the center of the screen.
Press the shutter button all the way down to shoot.
- The camera exits the magnified display after shooting.
- Use of a tripod is recommended to accurately identify the location you want to magnify.
- You can check the auto-focusing result by magnifying the displayed image. If you want to readjust the focus position, adjust the focus area on the magnified screen and then press the shutter button halfway down.
- If you enlarge an area at the edge of the screen, the camera may not be able to focus.
- The exposure and white balance cannot be adjusted while the displayed image is being magnified.
[AF in Focus Mag.] is unavailable in the following situations:
- During movie shooting
- When [Focus Mode] is set to [Continuous AF].
- When [Focus Mode] is set to [Automatic AF] and the shooting mode is set to other than P/A/S/M.
- When [Focus Mode] is set to [Automatic AF] and [Drive Mode] is set to [Cont. Shooting].
- When using a Mount Adaptor (sold separately).
- While the displayed image is being magnified, the following functions are unavailable:
- [Eye AF]
- [Face/Eye Prior. in AF]