truncated focus bar

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cretinbob
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truncated focus bar

Post by cretinbob »

Any one else get a short focus bar on this one? Is this normal? I haven't seen one before.

BTW I'd call it a bad focus anyway. :shock:

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Nikita
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Post by Nikita »

It's not unusual to get a short focus bar like that. The rule of thumb would be that if you can view it clearly, go ahead. But usually, I notice that the movie doesn't go deep enough to answer. Bad Focus is usually the way.
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Twiggs
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Post by Twiggs »

kewl..I came on just now to ask that question :)
Usually if its long enough to change the focus I will try to view it, otherwise Ive been just hitting bad focus and crossing fingers I dont get dinged..lol

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Post by Nikita »

Hey Twiggs!

So cool that you checked on the forum before reposting the same question! This group is awsome for that and I just wanted to say thanks and glad it helps!

Happy dusting!
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Twiggs
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Post by Twiggs »

Thanks Nikita

I always check or search first :)

StarBoy
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Re: truncated focus bar

Post by StarBoy »

Thanks i was just about to ask this and found this thread :)
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