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The guangzhou china based company techart has officially unveiled the techart pro af adapter worlds first autofocus adapter for manual focus lenses the adapter which was teased last month actually lets you autofocus with lenses that dont have that ability this first adapter is for . A guest post by alistair scott when i started using a camera autofocus was something out of science fiction i mean it would never work in real life would it apart from anything else how could it know what you wanted to focus on now fiction has become fact and pretty well every camera has . This post describes an autofocus test chart ive developed why i think its better than others ive seen and how to use it to test the autofocus of your camera and lens if you suspect that your modern slr or slr lens has autofocus problems you can use a chart like the one offered on this page to perform some tests. For more control choose a single point autofocus setting that mode allows you to choose your specific auto focus point check your cameras manual if you arent sure how to do this
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