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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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An autofocusing method based on image processing is applicable for processing an image sequence, such as taking images of the target with multiple focal plane positions.
This statistical analysis on synthetic ISAR data is considered to be the first step towards a fully automatic autofocusing algorithm, for application to real field data.
Autofocusing in computer microscopy: Selecting the optimal focus algorithm.
The X-A2 features Fujifilm's newly developed Eye Detection AF, Auto Macro AF and Multi-Target MULTI AF for fast and accurate autofocusing.
The innovative autofocusing technology makes possible improved tracking capabilities when shooting video to ensure smooth focusing performance similar to that achieved by video camcorders, and fast autofocusing performance when capturing stills during Live View shooting.
5 seconds, built-in 8x optical zoom lens, fast and reliable autofocusing with Predictive Focus Control, and an energy efficient design*(2) that gives photographers up to 500 frames with the included AA alkaline batteries, the new DiMAGE Z10 is a convenient, fun and easy to use digital camera.
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.
Faster Autofocusing, New Flash Synchronization Terminal and Superior
The new Minolta Maxxum 4's responsive autofocusing (AF) system and Predictive Focus Control ensures quick and easy focusing, whether the subject is moving or stationary.