Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H50 Digital Camera
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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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