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The focus knob is the way you focus overhead projectors. Perhaps you simply haven't turned the knob far enough? How far is the projector from the screen? If it's quite close, you need to turn the knob to raise the lens. If far away, turn it to lower the lens.
Usually you can't
The circle if you select that mode either controls where the focus point is (the object that you are focusing on) or the exposure setting (or equivalent for a CCD). Hence if you are taking a picture of a person's face, the circle should appear over their face, and not over the far corner of the room (if you select that mode)
Some devices have the option to hold the focus while you move the aiming point away from it - having done this you may point the camera at the far corner of the room and the person's face will still be in focus but not in the centre of the picture.
This only applies if you are far enough away from the object. In general it not possible to take close up pictures (less than about 100 cm)
You need to read the instruction manual very carefully.
Is the lens clean? Are you pressing the shutter button half-way and giving the camera a chance to lock in the focus (it will beep) before pressing the rest of the way? Do you actually move while pressing the button? Try taking a few pics while the camera is on a tripod or a firm surface to eliminate movement.
When operating any digital camera, the camera tries to capture the best focus and exposure for that particular scene. By pressing the shutter button half-way down, the focus and exposure is being set. There will be a green circle on the upper left hand corner of the screen, then your camera is ready to take the picture. Slowly depress the shutter the rest of the way down to take the picture.
still not sure what introral is???...but your depth of field.... ( how much of image is in focus)..is dependent on aperture setting ..the higher the number..(smaller the aperture) the more of the image will be in focus at once (front to back).... so set camera to Tv setting for aperture priority..set that number to f8 or above... f11- f16 f22 preferably and shoot away knowing you will get things in focus from close to far away