How To Perform AutoFocus (AF) Microadjustments On Your Canon
When we closely look at the images we have taken, we often notice slight blurriness. The lens may have focused to the front or back of the point that we have chosen – basically the lens has either front focused or back focused leading to error in accurate focus. This error can be corrected using a process called autofocus micro adjustment and in this article we will look at how to perform autofocus microadjustments on Canon cameras.
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Note: In this article we are looking at making AutoFocus Microadjustments on a DSLR and not on a mirrorless camera.
What Is Autofocus Microadjustment?
Autofocus microadjustment is a feature in the camera that helps you correct focusing errors like front focusing or back focusing. It allows you to make fine adjustments to…
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