Since I have been a expert on Fix ya, I have seen many people write about the auto-focus of the digital zoom lens. Here are a few tips and tricks that will help you in the future.The Right Lens for the Job
There is another reason for using zoom lenses, especially when you
are taking pictures of people. Lenses can alter the appearance of your
subject, and wide angle lenses can distort people’s faces – especially
if you are taking our advice and getting in close. So, by all means, get
close, but if you are doing a portrait, use your zoom as well. Longer
lenses are more complimentary and should be used even if you are
actually physically close to your subject
What Brand is your SLR?
This is important because every mounting brace for all the camera's are different for example, and Nikon will not fight on a Canon, Canon will not fit on a Pentax and so forth. Some may fit, but the auto focus will not work. So make sure you know your brand and model number before just going out and buying a lens for your camera.
Here are six steps to help you buy the best lens for your money and the camera.
- Determine the focal length you'll need
- Decide if you want a prime or zoom lens
- Select a maximum aperture
- Choose between first or third party lenses
- Evaluate any extra features
- Read reviews and narrow your options