Hatallas wrote in post #16256268
I got some questions for the x100s users.
In optical mode, a lot of pictures are out of focus, I find that I have to use the digital more often.
And when using the focus peaking, any ways to not having it zoom in, can't find the way outbid it.
I had a bunch of out of focus shots when I first got mine using the OVF, simply because you can't tell if it's in focus on what you actually wanted to focus on. Coming from a DSLR, it was misleading. It all looks nice and sharp in the OVF! Some say use the EVF for close objects, OVF for landscapes and such. You'll also find the OVF frame lines are an approximation of your shot, whereas the EVF is more like a DSLR's finder.
You sort of just get better at focus and recompose and thinking in the back of your mind "make sure this is actually focused on what I want" with a few times out with it.
As far as I know, focus peaking and split screen focus will both cause the zoom-in feature. I don't know of a way to disable that
Also note that in MF mode, the AE-L/AF-L button can be used for back-button focus.
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