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I have a sony syber shot dsc - H50 i don't know how to get the cam in "manual focus" mode. I want to shoot 1 cm far images.

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One problem with most point&shoot cameras is that they are designed to be pointed and shot. The camera takes care of things automatically, including focus.

The H50 doesn't have a manual focus mode. The best you can do for close-ups is to switch to one of the Macro modes. Press left on the control button (marked with a blooming flower) repeatedly to select the desired mode. See page 18 in your manual for full details.

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  • VolkanY Feb 24, 2011

    DSC-H50 Has manual Focus. The access is a bit tricky :)

    In P mode, try to bring the yellow indicator over the little square in the lower right corner. Than hit the center button in the dial. This will enable from choosing between different focusing options including manual focus as you turn the wheel.

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