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Click wheel to zoom AF area on x-pro 1?

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I own an x-pro 1 and I can't seem to find the function I had on my x100t where I could click the right thumb click wheel to zoom the AF area chosen - to make sure I nailed AF. I often need it for my 14mm f2.8 as it often seems like everything is in perfect focus when its actually not.

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according to this manual (page 33)  http://fujifilm-x.com/app/x-pro1/en/pdf/x_pro1_photographersGuide_en02.pdf

 

you press the AF button and then you rotate the dial to adjust the size of the AF area

 

"Rotate to the left to reduce the size of the focus frame, right to increase, or press the command dial to restore

the frame to its normal size. There are five sizes of focus frame available. "

Edited by milandro

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according to this manual (page 33)  http://fujifilm-x.com/app/x-pro1/en/pdf/x_pro1_photographersGuide_en02.pdf

 

you press the AF button and then you rotate the dial to adjust the size of the AF area

 

"Rotate to the left to reduce the size of the focus frame, right to increase, or press the command dial to restore

the frame to its normal size. There are five sizes of focus frame available. "

 

 

Pretty sure that Peter is asking about a focus check type feature - not re-sizing the AF box

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I though he asked that which I suggested, we shall see what he says.

 

I even thought he might mean, after he has shot the picture to zoom in ( in that case when you visualize the pict with the playback funtion, just turn the wheel it will zoom in)

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