HP Photosmart R507/R607 User’s Manual
Using Focus Lock
allows you to focus on a subject that is not in the
center of the picture, or to capture action shots more quickly by
pre-focusing in the area where the action will occur. You can
to help achieve focus in low light or low
Frame the subject for your picture within the focus brackets.
button halfway down to lock the focus and
Continue to hold the
button halfway down while you
re-frame or adjust your subject for proper positioning.
button all the way down to take the picture.
Using the Focus Range Settings
button lets you toggle between three focus
settings on the camera. The following table describes each of
the focus range settings on the camera:
Use when taking pictures of subjects greater than
0.4 m (16 in) away. Auto focus is limited to a
range of 0.4 m (16 in) to infinity. This is the default
Use when taking close-up pictures of subjects less
than 0.4 m (16 in) away. In this setting, the camera
will not take a picture if it cannot find focus (the
viewfinder light blinks green and the focus brackets
turn red in the
screen). Auto focus has a
distance range of 0.18 m to 0.5 m (7 to 20 in).