Olympus E-P3 Introduction Manual (en)

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Basic photography/frequently-used options
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Choosing a focus target (AF target)
Choose which of the 35 autofocus targets will be used for autofocus.
Press the 
P button (H) to display the AF target.
Use 
FGHI to select the single target display and position the AF 
target.
“All targets” mode is restored if you move the cursor off the screen.
You can choose from the following three target types. Press the 
INFO button and 
use 
FG.
All Targets
Single Target
Group Target
The camera automatically 
chooses from the full set of 
focus targets.
Select the focus target 
manually.
The camera automatically 
chooses from the targets in 
the selected group.
Focus lock
If the camera is unable to focus on your chosen subject, select single target mode and use 
focus lock to focus on another subject at about the same distance.
In [S-AF] mode, position the AF target over the subject and press the 
shutter button halfway.
Make sure that the AF confi rmation mark is lighting up.
Focus locks while the shutter button is pressed halfway.
Keeping the shutter button pressed halfway, recompose the photograph 
and then press the shutter button the rest of the way down.
Do not change the distance between the camera and the subject while pressing the 
shutter button halfway.
Quick AF target selection
You can save the selected AF target for quick recall using the Fn1/Fn2 or 
R buttons.
Select the AF target using [
P Set Home] (P. 82).
Use [
U
 Function], [V Function], or [R Function] to assign this function to the button. 
[Button Function]: 
g “Customizing camera settings” (P. 81)
Toggling quickly between AF and MF
The Fn1/Fn2 or 
R button can be used to toggle [MF].
Use [
U
 Function], [V Function], or [R Function] to assign this function to the button. 
[Button Function]: 
g “Customizing camera settings” (P. 81)