Nikon 1546 User Manual (en)

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Focus Point Selection
In manual focus mode or when autofocus is combined with AF-area modes other 
than 
Auto-area, you can choose from 11 focus points, making it possible to 
compose photographs with the main subject almost anywhere in the frame. 
1
Choose an AF-area mode other than 
Auto area 
(0
56
)
.
2
Select the focus point.
Use the multi selector to select the focus point in 
the viewfinder or information display. Press 
J to 
select the center focus area.
Focus Lock
Focus lock can be used to change the composition after focusing in AF-A, AF-S, and 
AF-C focus modes (0 54), making it possible to focus on a subject that will not be in 
a focus point in the final composition. If the camera is unable to focus using 
autofocus (0 55), you can also focus on another subject at the same distance and 
then use focus lock to recompose the photograph. Focus lock is most effective when 
an option other than 
Auto-area is selected for AF-area mode (0 56).
1
Focus.
Position the subject in the selected focus point 
and press the shutter-release button halfway to 
initiate focus. Check that the in-focus indicator 
(
I) appears in the viewfinder.
Focus point