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One of the best ways to tell if you are in focus or not with the Sony EX-1 is by using the Peaking function. Peaking allows you to make precise adjustments to your focus and helps you ensure your picture is in perfect focus. To put into simple terms, peaking, applies a color around everything that is in focus. This is only in the viewfinder or monitor and not recorded onto your footage. The default color is red but you have your choice of yellow, blue, white or red. I do not recommend using white because it can easily be confused with your zebra lines. You can also choose the level of peaking from low, mid and high which changes the thickness of the peaking color. I prefer mid and the color blue but you need to play with it and choose your preference. Once you start using Peaking you will never turn it off. It is a must have feature that helps you ensure you are capturing the picture you need.
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