How to Use FOCUS PEAKING?
Do you know how important focus peaking is? This guide will introduce the function of peaking focus. It is a focusing method, the principle of which is to turn the manual focus ring to focus on the subject. The closer you get to focus, the more obvious the white particles appear on the screen. The white particles are the so-called peaks. We can judge whether the camera is in focus accurately by observing the intensity of the peaks on the screen or selecting the color. This is still very important for the shooting and use of a video screen.
In the actual operation process, we must first select an object to be photographed. At this time, since there is no focus, there is no peak on the screen. When you turn the manual focus ring, you can see that the camera will automatically recognize the position of the focus point.
This will help us focus more accurately.
No one wants to let your audience or customers see the virtual focus video, and then we will make mistakes, but the peak focus technology is a great auxiliary tool to help you achieve perfect focus on the subject, and today’s article is To let you know why you should use focus peaking.
Tips for using focus peaking:
Use peaking to observe more closely and accurately achieve focus: to set the camera to black and white mode (B/W).
The principle of peak focus is to display the area with the highest contrast of the picture in a bright way, which is a highly accurate focus state. Some people even think that peak focusing is better than the phase focusing method of DSLR cameras. With the focus adjustment, the peak color in the peak focus is continuously visible on the screen, and the full screen can be the focal point. The photographer can freely adjust the distribution of the focus plane in the LCD screen to determine who will be the focus subject. This is more convenient and better than the multi-focus of AF. Some people experimented with peak focus applied to capture, and it felt that it had an incomparable advantage.