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Display of Focus Points

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#1
When I first used LR (first version) I thought one could display the focus points used during image capture.

How and where does one do this? Or can it be done?
 

RikkFlohr

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The lack of standard data handling of Focus points by the various camera manufacturers has kept the Lightroom from implementing this feature. For those of us who only use one focus point, it isn't a big deal.
 
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The lack of standard data handling of Focus points by the various camera manufacturers has kept the Lightroom from implementing this feature. For those of us who only use one focus point, it isn't a big deal.
True enough.

In any event, I think I confused it with Canon's DPP.
 

Tajhad

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#5
Aperture had this feature. Is there any chance of Lightroom introducing this feature in the future ?
 
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