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Old Dec 29, 2010, 10:23 AM   #11
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In the beginning I would stay away from AF/AFtulip/MF button, as well as the Focus button. Keep things simple and then build your skills gradually.

Center point focus is when the camera measures focus at the EVF screen's center point. That allows you to focus on any desired element in the photo, then whil holding the shutter release button in the 1/2 way position, to re-frame your photo as desired.

The terms ISO and Sensitivity are exactly the same. By numerically increasing the ISO or Sensitivity you are enabling the camera to take a properly exposed photo in a lower light level condition. However, you must also keep in mind that numerically increasing the ISO setting will also increase the amount of visible electronic noise (grain) in the photo as well.

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Old Dec 29, 2010, 10:36 AM   #12
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Thank you so much. I am going to do some shots at the river this weekend. I am also going to take some pictures

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