autofocus

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auto- +‎ focus

Noun[edit]

autofocus (uncountable)

  1. (electronics) A feature of some cameras and other optical systems that allows a correct focus on the subject to be obtained automatically
    This camera has autofocus, so it's more expensive.

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autofocus (third-person singular simple present autofocuses or autofocusses, present participle autofocusing or autofocussing, simple past and past participle autofocused or autofocussed)

  1. To focus automatically.
    My camera makes a funny sound when it autofocuses.
    The camera was autofocused before the picture was taken.

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

auto- +‎ focus.

Noun[edit]

autofocus m (plural autofocus)

  1. autofocus (lens system)

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

auto- +‎ focus

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autofocus m (invariable)

  1. autofocus (lens system)

autofocus f (invariable)

  1. autofocus (camera)