Which focus mode should I use with my X-series camera?

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select_150413-91w360_6415757_tutorialbannerfordotmailerMost people know what it means to focus with your camera lens. To do this, you adjust the distance of the lens (or an element inside the lens) from the sensor. There are two ways you can focus your camera – automatically (Autofocus or AF) or manually (MF).

As you probably already know, autofocus is there to do the hard work for you, and in most shooting situations this is all you will need to take great in-focus photographs. What you might not know is that there are different types of autofocus for different situations; this is what we hope to give you a better understanding of here.


Focus modes

focus-mode-selectorThe focus modes are generally set using a dial on the front of your camera. On some cameras this control is a switch on the side of the camera.

Single Autofocus (AF-S)

With single autofocus, once you half press the shutter button, the camera…

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What is in my camera bag? Fujifilm Chapter.

Hi Folks! I have received a few messages from you guys asking some very similar questions, so I have decided to answer them in two different blog post. The first question is what camera gear did I brought with me for the Melbourne trip and how I have found this in comparison to my Nikon gears before. The second question is what camera pre-sets I have used for the photos. Let me start with the gear questions first! Here we come the good old “What is in my camera bag?” post!

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Eat – Play – Love – Melbourne Day 5

Hi Folks … another late night blogging … I have just returned home from lovely Melbourne. I have processed the photos on the plane, just in time to post for this post!

I wasn’t feeling too well this morning and hence delayed all the activities… (not that I have much planned..) The flight was at 8.30pm, we went to the famous Chapel Street for some lunch. It is like the Paddington of Sydney, but with a Melbourne taste. Girls would love it here, and you will lost them here as well!! Anyhow …

Later on in the day, I have decided to wander around St Kilda and Brighton Beach area. This is my first time to Brighton beach, this become a famous tourist attraction with those colorful bath boxes on the beach, especially among Asian tourist (!).

Alright … I am getting a bit sleepy… Let’s show you some photos from today!

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