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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of autofocus.

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Examples

  • The thing I have noticed is the cameras around the time I bought mine did have a bit of a shutter lag but that was because it autofocuses.

    Digital camera advice?

  • The new and improved camera has zero shutter lag, autofocuses, takes low-light photos, stitches together images into seamless panoramas and shoots 1080p, time-lapsed video.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The lens works fine on my 5D2 and 50D, it autofocuses perfectly.

    News: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

  • The thing autofocuses and I will give it a go against the Bighorn Sheep that decided to make their comeback two days ago.

    News: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

  • It autofocuses, and like magic, it takes the snapshot.

    Planet MYOSS

  • It autofocuses, and like magic, it takes the snapshot.

    Planet MYOSS

  • Finally, actually taking a photo in Live view mode operates a bit differently than you'd expect: after pressing the shutter release button the camera swings the mirror back into position, meters and autofocuses, takes the exposure, and then returns to Live view mode.

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  • My conclusion is that the G11 autofocuses and exposes at the set diafragma, which I understand is very unusual?

    News: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

  • Finally, actually taking a photo in Live view mode operates a bit differently than you'd expect: after pressing the shutter release button the camera swings the mirror back into position, meters and autofocuses, takes the exposure, and then returns to Live view mode.

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  • It autofocuses, and like magic, it takes the snapshot.

    Planet MYOSS

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