NEW AF SYSTEM SPECIAL SITE

AF-S+ Zone

For capturing moving subjects across a large AF area

This mode is suitable for slower moving subjects and snapshots that are difficult to focus with the Single Point mode. You can select one of three differnt size zones in the 77-point focus area. The central larger rectangle area* offer extra-fast focusing with the use of the on-sensor phase detection AF system.

*The phase detection pixel area varies depending on what camera you use.

Perfect scenes

Use for focusing on a subject that is in motion.

This mode is ideal for subjects with predictable movements or a subject that is about to move. It is also ideal for snapshots that include people walking or running.

  • X-T10 / XF35mmF1.4 R | F1.4 1/50s ISO400 ©Yukio Uchida (Japan)

  • X-T10 / XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR | F8 1/2000s ISO800 ©Jára Sijka (Czech)

Recommended lens

  • XF35mmF1.4 R

    XF35mmF1.4 R

    This lens has a standard angle of view. All of the lens groups are shifted for focusing, creating beautiful bokeh regardless of distance to the subject. Getting high quality images of slower- moving subjects is now possible.

  • XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR

    XF35mmF2 R WR

    An another lens which has a standard angle of view features the smallest diameter of the line-up and achieves fast autofocus. The exterior of the lens is weather and dust- resistant.

TIPS for Auto Focus Setting

  • Focus Area selection screen

    AF-S + Zone
    (focus area selected)

    Select one of three diffenrent size zones in the 77-point focus area, and determine the position of the zone within the 11×7 grid. Phase detection AF operates in the centrally- positioned larger rectangle area* to enable high-speed AF.

* The phase detection pixel area varies depending on what camera you use.

SETTING

  • focus mode selector

    01Rotate the focus mode selector on the front of the camera to S position.

  • Autofocus Setting menu

    02In the Autofocus Setting menu, select Zone in AF mode.

* The setting varies depending on what camera you use. Please refer to the owner's manual for further detail.