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Old Sep 18, 2007, 6:29 AM   #11
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Do you think the Auto focus mode from S602 is not that function very clever?haa...

cause,you can see in the picture..it's not cause by the shaken because the a part of the white rice is the focus clear area...it's out of target...

I'm agree that the Macro function is not a real Macro...means,while the object are far away 1 ft from lens,we do need the Macro fucntion to support the Auto Focus to catch the right aim..
The S602 doesn't use the image Through The Lens to autofocus, and so the autofocus feature is not as reliable as TTL autofocus systems under some circumstances. This also explains why the S602 doesn't autofocus in either of its Macro modes.
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Old Sep 18, 2007, 9:04 AM   #12
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Causes of unsharpness are additive. It took 3 shots of sharpening to clearly see that there was an area of focus.
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Old Sep 19, 2007, 5:36 AM   #13
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3 shots?
What do you try to explain?:P
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What do you try to explain?:P
Simply that I hit the sharpening filter in IrfanView three times.
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