Nikon D330018-55VR User Manual (en)

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A Note on Wide- and Super Wide-Angle Lenses
Autofocus may not provide the desired results in situations like those 
shown below. 
1
Objects in the background occupy more of the focus point than the 
main subject:
If the focus point contains both 
foreground and background objects, 
the camera may focus on the 
background and the subject may be 
out of focus.
Example
: A far-off portrait 
subject at some distance from 
the background
2
The subject contains many fine details.
The camera may have difficulty 
focusing on subjects that lack 
contrast or appear smaller than 
objects in the background.
Example
: A field of flowers
In these cases, use manual focus, or use focus lock to focus on 
another subject at the same distance and then recompose the 
photograph. For more information, see “Getting Good Results 
with Autofocus” (