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Yes, the camera does attempt to illuminate the area to allow autofocus, but the darker it is, the harder it is for autofocus to work. This is a problem even with high-end SLRs.
Usually the center focus point is the strongest and focusing works best when there is a strong vertical line.
There isn't a complete solution, but you there are a couple of work-arounds
If you have a camera with manual focus, then use manual focus
Point the center focus point on an edge, depress the shutter button 1/2 way to focus, then re-frame the picture.
Your Nikon Coolpix 3200 Digital Camera is equipped with a AF assist illuminator which makes focus easier when shooting in darker situations.
In spite of that, on occasion, it is quite possible that the camera will fail to achieve sharp auto-focus.
Point and Shoot cameras use a contrast-based focusing system: this works only when the contrast in the composition is high.
When you press the shutter halfway down the camera attempts to focus, but if it shows red brackets it implies that the focus has not been achieved. Please take care to note this indication, and if you do not see the Green "Focus Lock" indicator, please attempt to recompose the shot.
Release the shutter, press halfway through again and wait for a focus lock.
The sensor on a P&S camera is very small (about 8-9x smaller in surface area compared to DSLRs)
In low light conditions achieving focus can be a challenge for P&S cameras. These are technical limitations which are not specific to your camera but common to all cameras in the same segment across various camera manufacturers.
This is due to settings change Please switch the focus mode to multi point focus or any other current setting will be center focus or spot focus that is why only the center is focused and the rest is blurry Please refer to your fuji manual for instructions on how to change the focus mode
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Try checking C.Fn III, 3: AF point selection method. Yours might still be on option 2.
0: Normal - Works by pressing the AF Point button and then the Multi-controller.
1: Multi-controller direct - Press the multi-controller to directly select an AF point (without first having to press the AF Point button). Pressing the AF button reinstates all AF points for auto AF point selection.
2: Quick Control Dial direct - turn the Quick Control Dial to select AF points. In this mode, AF points will not be displayed on the LCD panel.
you cannot see all 51 AF points in the viewfinder. The purpose for this is not to block your view of the actual view. But the AF points are there. Just press the multi selector button to move the AF points around