You might think that a camera with a 50mm lens on a high-end DSLR camera is a big deal. You’d be totally wrong.
It’s a bit of a challenge to make the most of a camera with such a wide lens. The wider the lens, the more of it is in focus. The camera on a DSLR is so small that it’s difficult to focus as much detail in a frame as you’d like. The same goes for a video camera (and for many cameras in general) as well.
Cameras that are smaller than a smartphone camera, have been around since the early ’90s. They’re great for taking great-looking images with a wide-angle lens, but its difficult to make a great-looking image with a wider-angle lens on a small camera.
The new camera that has a wide-angle lens and a small body is the much-anticipated, and much-loved, C-AF (Contrast-AF) mode from the Sony Alpha A7S. The cameras of the Sony Alpha A7S has a very wide-angle lens, up to 90-degrees, and it is a very good combination of performance and features for video capture.
As is the case with most great cameras, the C-AF Contrast-AF mode is also easy to use and learn. The C-AF Contrast-AF mode has been available since the Alpha A7S was released. It is the most recent version of the Contrast-AF mode, available for the Alpha A7S, and the one that we tested this year. It allows you to capture a wide field of view with a wide-angle lens with minimal distortion.
The C-AF is the same contrast AF mode that was made available for the A7S. It’s the same as the C-AF mode (but with a little less distortion) of the original Alpha A7S. Since it was an original A7S, the contrast AF mode wasn’t available, but it was included with the Alpha A7S.
For most people that use the A7S, we think you can probably use the C-AF mode. We also found the C-AF mode to be a bit slow, but its not too bad. Its a bit slower than the Alpha A7 and A7S.
The C-AF mode is the same as its C-AF mode but without the distortion. While the C-AF mode is much faster than the Alpha A7/A7S, we think that since it was an original A7S, the C-AF mode is a bit slow.
The C-AF mode is called C-AF, which stands for “Contrast AF”. This is a mode that was included with the Alpha A7S. The C-AF mode is used to make the image appear larger and brighter, in order to make the overall image appear more pleasing to the eye. This can be done in a number of ways, the most common being the use of a custom overlay effect.
I was talking to Steve Miller of Star Wars, who said that the C-AF mode isn’t the best option for people who don’t want their eyes to be stuck in the background.