Do you own both an e-pl5 and an em1?

Started 9 months ago | Discussions thread
Lindsay D
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Re: Too much information in the box for making a focusing decision????
In reply to Vinc T, 9 months ago

That is true Vince, you still have to give the camera (any camera) something suitably contrasty in the focus box to latch onto. The smallest focus box is useful for targets which are sitting amongst other targets, such as picking out a particular flower in a mass of other flowers, or a bird or animal in a gap amongst trees etc. The thing to remember if using a large focus box is to get your target area in the centre, or else you may end up with back focusing.

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