I like shooting in manual focus on many occasions. Adjusting your lens from “AF” (auto-focus) to “MF” (manual focus) allows your camera to capture what it otherwise may not in some circumstances. For example, I use manual focus when shooting into the sun, for detail shots where I’m focusing in on a single flower or jewelry, as well as very dimly lit situations. When you see (and hear) your camera struggling to find a focus point in auto mode, switch to manual mode and you can quickly find your focusing point and get the shot you want!
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