03-14-2023 02:54 AM
On Manual mode our cameras manually adjust to a range between 0.5 and 29 metres and then the next incriment is to go to infinity?
Is this right?
03-14-2023 07:02 AM
See page 45 of the User Manual. When using manual focus and the focus is currently beyond the inifinity point, ∞ will be displayed.
03-14-2023 08:19 AM
That's not what I am explaining though.
If an object is 45 metres away I should not need to use infinity
Most cameras have a range between 0 -100 metres. Then it hits infinity which is fine.
03-14-2023 08:48 AM
I don't have all the details at hand, but wouldn't the point be relative to factors such as focal length? Perhaps the hyperfocal distance as well?
03-14-2023 09:07 AM
No it wouldn't.
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