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autofocus

A feature of all digital cameras that automatically aligns the lens to make the subject in the image sharp (in focus). Pressing the shutter button halfway down generally displays a rectangle in the viewing screen indicating where the camera has identified the subject. See focal length.
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Autofocusing in computer microscopy: Selecting the optimal focus algorithm.
The TIPA judges noted that the camera offers a host of shooting and recording modes that, in addition to JPEG images, allow users to record 14-bit RAW data, and delivers fast and accurate autofocusing performance through the inclusion of 31 AF points.
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The new DiMAGE Z2 boasts the Rapid autofocusing (AF) and high-quality VGA/SVGA movie functionality of its predecessor while raising the bar with the adoption of a Konica Minolta GT 10x optical zoom lens and 4-megapixel resolution, allowing the camera to deliver crisp clear pictures.
Designed around and the first digital camera to include Minolta's new built-in 10x Mega-zoom lens, the DiMAGE Z1 possess advanced technology and the world's fastest autofocusing among digital cameras with a built-in 10x or greater optical zoom.
The new Minolta Maxxum 3 camera's responsive autofocusing (AF) system and Predictive Focus Control ensures quick and easy focusing, whether the subject is moving or stationary.
The viewfinder's eyepiece sensor automatically activates the camera's autofocusing system.
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A $91,727 Phase 1 Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) grant from the NIH's National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) for a "Multiresolution Autofocusing for Cytogenetics" project seeks to develop automated microscopes that can better diagnose genetic diseases.
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