Hi - this is probably an easy fix i'm just not seeing - the af points on my canon 5d are not displaying (i went into "menu" to make sure it's set as display -on, but still nothing)... and the shutter seems to be very, very sensitive... it's very difficult to focus something and then recompose to make the subject off-center. any help? thanks, b.
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Re: canon 5d af points...
The AF point will luminate very briefly when you press the shutter half way. To change the AF points press the Zoom in button + and then use the dial on the top to select the point you want. If you are not able to do this go into the Menu setting and under custom funtions go to No. 13 and set this to 0:Normal.
To get the image to focus and remain focused while you recompose set the shooting mode to 'One Shot' do this be pressing the AW-WB button them turning the top dial to get to 'One Shot'. When in 'one shot' press the button half way recompose whith out lifting your finger and squeeze all the way when you have recomposed.
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Canon Inc.Canon EOS cameras when used in their Live View mode. ... directly onto the sensor, which in turn displays the image ... EOS 40D, 5D Mark II, EOS-1D Mark III, EOS-1Ds Mark III, ... Mark III do not offer movie options. ... to produce a fixed screenbrightness, or Exposure .... settings for the following camera menu options:.
Nov 4, 2015 - ID : 8201360200 _ EN _ 1. Solution ... While the Live View image isdisplayed, you can press the < AF?????????DRIVE > button to select the AF mode on the setting screen displayed. 9. ... If focus is not achieved, the AF point will turn orange. .... Shooting movies with the default settings (EOS 5D Mark III)
Quantaray makes their lenses with a variety of camera mounts. A lens with a Nikon mount, for example, will not work on a Canon body. As long as you get the lens with a Canon mount, it will work with the 5D MKII.
If the images are recorded on the card but not shown immediatly after the shutter release, press MENU, go with the control dial to the recording menu (the one symbolised with a camera) and press AF, the center knob.
On page 1, the third item controls the instant playback, it can be set to OFF, probably your setup, 2, 5 or 10 seconds.
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.
Just a wild guess, but in predictive AI focus mode you need a subject in motion for focus to lock and focus adjustment is continous until the exposure is made, in one-shot AF or manual focus mode focus will lock on still subjects. Super nice camera btw.