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Depending on the camera and the focal length setting (wide or tele), the Infinity Mark () is already displayed when the focus is set to a certain distance in the tele side. For this reason, it may be difficult to focus on a subject if its actual distance is farther than the focus point of the camera.
Follow the guidelines below to avoid recording out of focus images:
- Use the MANUAL dial or the touch panel to manually adjust the focus.
- The Infinity Mark () is displayed when the focus distance is set to more than one kilometer.
- Sometimes the position where the subject is in-focus shifts depending on the shooting conditions.
- Adjust the focus position and check whether the subject is in focus.
- The focus range narrows if the iris is open to a wide setting.
- You can increase the depth of field by using a stopped down aperture (IRIS).