MFD I think is the minimum distance you must have so tt you can focus on your subject, regardless of using AF or MF. Aperture is the 'hole' tt lets light in, bigger the f number, smaller the hole, lesser light going in for same amount of time.
Shutter speed faster can freeze movement. Faster shutter speeds also let lesser light through.
All these is my understanding ah. If I'm wrong, please let me know.
i know im not in the minimum distance when there is no dot in the viewer when i half press.. den i'll move back.. hahhahaha
Originally Posted by kriegsketten
We all start from that point lah... then slowly slowly experiment and then pile up on the knowledge lor.... Frankly I'm still learning and I'm sure a great many of us here also.
Minimum FOCUS distance right?
ooooops... seee.. i even got the F in MFD wrong! :x true blue noob. :x
i still dun exactly grasp the minimum focal distance concept. aperture i agar know... shutter speed the only thing i think i know is, if taking animals, boost iso and up the shutter number so that it'd be fast..
errr.. think i really dunno alot.. :x
look for DD123 on the min focus distance.
concept is there le. now go zoo try to shoot some monkey.