Nikon 18-55mm User Manual (ja, en, de, fr, es, sv, ru, nl, it, zh, ko)

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Notes on using wide or super-wide angle AF Nikkor lenses
In the following situations, autofocus may not perform as expected when shooting with wide or super-wide angle 
AF Nikkor lenses.
1. When the main subject in the focus 
brackets is relatively small
When a person standing in front of a distant 
background is placed within the focus brackets, as 
shown in Fig. E, the background may be in focus, 
while the subject is out of focus.
2. When the main subject is a finely 
patterned subject or scene
When the subject is finely patterned or of low 
contrast, such as a field filled with flowers, as shown 
in Fig. F, focus may be difficult to acquire using 
autofocus.
Responses to these types of situations
(1) Focus on a different subject located at the same 
distance from the camera, apply focus lock, 
recompose, and shoot.
(2) Set the camera focus mode selector to M (manual) 
and focus manually on the subject.
Refer to “Getting Good Results with Autofocus” in the 
camera’s User’s Manual.
A person standing in front of a 
distant background
A field filled with flowers