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AF Area function

What is the AF Area function?

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You can use the AF Area function to change the location of the Auto focus mark to the left, right, up, or down depending on the location of the object that you wish to focus on.

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Perhaps you're doing something wrong or skipping a stage in the configration. You can find the exact way to change the AF area here: http://www.fixya.com/BrowseManual.aspx?prdid=293765&hlt=af+area&mnlid=740&__PAGED_=74 Hope this solves your problem.
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