If you have 5D Mark IV and want an actual scenario and perfect focus, you should know how to change Focus points on Canon 5D Mark IV. In this article, I will describe the focus point changing process.
How To Change the Canon 5D Mark IV Camera’s Focus Point?
The CANON 5D MARK IV camera comes with 61 AF points. To enhance the scene or subject, you can adjust the AF area selection mode & AF point(s). You should also select the AF Area Selection Mode (one of the 7 AF Area Selection Modes). Now follow the below steps:
- You have to turn the camera on, then change the lens’s focus mode to Auto Focus (AF).
- To choose the preferred shooting mode, turn on the Mode Dial.
- Then, press the “lock release button” and flip the Configuration Dial. Now, press the < > button. Then you will see the (AF area) screen displayed in the viewfinder.
- Now, press the M-Fn button, and the AF area selection mode will be changed. Furthermore, if the Autofocus area selection method is set to the Main dial, you can quickly select the AF area by holding down the  button and shifting the  dial.
Now, you can change the focus points on CANON 5D MARK IV. You can set the focus point just like you want and take accurate, focused photos every time. Are there any queries? Please notify me in the comment.
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