Hello fellow Photographers, a quick question: I wonder how many members manually focus their lenses regularly and why? Maybe in low light situations or other scenarios when the subject is static? Do members manually focus a moving subject? If so, please provide examples when one utilizes manual focusing. Furthermore, I noticed that some lenses manually focus better than others. Some lenses are much harder to 'dial in' while manually focusing. The dial on some lenses do not provide enough control to fine tune a subject manually. Also, I think the length of the lens has a bit to do with the ease of manually focusing. What are the opinions and techniques of others? I seek answers because my cameras struggles in bit in low light situations. Moreover, the focus points inside my viewfinder do not cover my frame from corner to corner. Which I know is not possible, hence the use of manual focus. I find my technique such as proper framing and the rule of the thirds violated when I cannot freely select a focus point anywhere in my view finder. I change my composition too, which results in an undesirable photograph. What do others do in theses situations and why? Thanks in advance!