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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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The addition of Autofocus and specific mode of Macro mode Autofocus algorithms make this camera to be most suitable for desktop magnifier applications such as growth monitoring, article inspection, defect detection etc.
Producing high-performance MEMS autofocus devices requires robust, repeatable and precise manufacturing," said Tony Tang, PhD.
The test examples contained several challenges regarding the task of autofocusing such as non-monolayer specimens and bright artefacts that usually bias conventional autofocus techniques.
Last week a judge rejected a suggestion from Autofocus that its operatives should be given immunity because they had appeared as witnesses in court in the original claim cases.
The fast autofocus has been achieved by equipping the camera with 11 sensors to detect photographic subjects, it said.
Varioptic, Lyon, France, announced the company is working with Avago Technologies, to market an autofocus solution dedicated to cameraphones.
An autofocus camera typically shifts the positions of some of those optical elements forward and backward until a sensor that monitors contrast differences in the field of view detects sufficient detail.
NEXIV VMR video measuring instruments offer through-the-lens (TTL) laser autofocus for high accuracy, 3D surface analysis.
The IXUS Z70 combines a sleek, compact stainless steel body with a zoom lens and infrared autofocus, a new light guide flash, print quantity setting and the all-important red-eye reduction - making sure you look your best in those party pics.
Semtech releasing its new SX8750 driver, in line with poLight TLens[TM] specification for fast, low cost autofocus for mobile phones
In addition to helping shape its continued development, participants in the community access program applauded the valuable benefits they found using the AutoFocus service, including:
Moreover, total production of NIKKOR lenses equipped with the Silent Wave Motor (SWM), the autofocus motor developed exclusively by Nikon, reached fifty million.