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  1. #1
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    Auto Focus Pixels

    In Single Point & Dynamic Area AF, the focus pixel that illuminates and sets the subject focus, it the center bottom pixel. I donít know what or how that became the primary pixel for AF.

    How do I get the primary back to the center pixel?

    Thanks,
    CC


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  2. #2
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    Re: Auto Focus Pixels

    When you are in single point mode, just use the up, down, right, left buttons surrounding the OK button on the back to move the area around. Unless you are in LV mode, you will need to look through the viewfinder to see what it is doing. As I understand it, Dynamic Area mode lets the camera choose the spot itself.
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  3. #3
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    Re: Auto Focus Pixels

    THANKS! That fixed it. Not sure how I changed it, but it was an easy fix.

    Thanks,
    CC


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  4. #4
    Senior Member

    Re: Auto Focus Pixels

    You probably just hit one of the buttons without realizing it. It is a common thing with all the buttons on modern cameras.





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