02-03-2018 10:46 AM
I would appreciate help:
My Canon EOS-M10 with a 15-45 zoom lens is part of a fixed set-up for technical photography.
I need to use manual focus only, and to keep the camera focussed at infinity all the time.
Apparently there is no hard mark on the lens or a live LCD view that indicates the focus distance.
The "obvious" way, of directing the camera at a far object or landscape and setting the focus is impractical in this case.
How can it be done?
There is a rumor that switching the camera off and on resets the focus point to infinity. Does anyone know if this is true and reliable?
02-05-2018 10:13 AM
Maybe M10 does not fit your criteria of a "fixed set-up for technical photography". It is aimed at very beginner level for someone who likes this size compact camera.
It is capable of using ef or ef-s lenses so perhaps your lens choice isn't the best for you situation either.
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