Nikon 1546 User Manual (en)

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Focus.
Press the shutter-release button halfway to focus.
Face priority
: The camera sets focus and exposure for the 
face in the double yellow border while the shutter-release 
button is pressed halfway; if the camera can no longer 
detect the subject (because, for example, the subject has 
looked away), borders will no longer be displayed.
Wide area and normal area
: The camera focuses on the subject 
in the selected focus point while the shutter-release 
button is pressed halfway.
Subject tracking
: The camera focuses on the current subject. 
To end tracking, press 1.
The focus point will blink green and the monitor may brighten or darken while 
the camera focuses. If the camera is able to focus, the focus point will be 
displayed in green; if the camera is unable to focus, the focus point will blink 
red. Note that pictures can be taken even when the focus point blinks red. 
Check focus in the monitor before shooting.
5
Take the picture.
Press the shutter-release button the rest of the way down 
to shoot. The monitor will turn off. When shooting is 
complete, the photograph will be displayed in the monitor 
for 4 s or until the shutter-release button is pressed 
halfway. The camera will then return to live view mode.
6
Exit live view mode.
Press the 
a button to exit live view mode.
D
Subject Tracking
Some time may be required for the camera to initiate focus. The 
camera may be unable to track subjects if they are small, moving 
quickly, or a similar color to the background, or if both the subject 
and the background are very bright or very dark, the brightness 
and color of the subject or background varies greatly, or the 
subject visibly changes size.