Hey guys. So whenever I go outside I look for objects to AF on, preferably text. This could be anything from licence plates, to store signs and billboards. The issue with this, however, is that I don’t know if I’m getting the most out of the AF or even doing it effectively. For example, I see a car with a licence plate and try to make the text on it clearer as I’m walking past but because I’m constantly getting closer to it, the challenge is getting easier and sometimes I cannot clear up the text in time as I walk past the car. Sometimes when I walk by text, I can get it to partially clear up but to properly do AF I would have to ideally sit down and stare it at for a prolonged period of time to get the most out of it, something which I can’t do when I’m walking and constantly on the move.
Is it possible to see improvement by doing what I have described above and can AF be done on things that aren’t text to improve eyesight as well?