I set the camera to live view, enabled two focus points (after some fumbling around I found that I have to long press the '1' and '2' buttons),
I used this workflow from the manual:
But after pressing the capture button, it only changes focus once and all frames have the same focus, despite focus points 1 and 2 are different (I assume, when I set the '1' or '2' predefined point, no feedback is provided by the app.)A simple focus stacking workflow:
User starts the camera live view and enables the focus stacking interface (‘Focus stack’ button under live view category in camera properties display
Using the live view focus movement buttons the user focuses on the part of the image that will be used as end focus point
Note: after this point the camera AF (auto focus) can’t be used
User long presses the focus point ‘1’ button so that qDslrDashboard remembers the focus point (focus point ‘1’ button will turn red)
Using the live view focus movement buttons the user focuses on the part of the image that will be used as start focus point
User sets the desired focus stacking image count
User sets the ‘End focus point’ to focus point ‘1’ and leaves ‘Start focus point’ at current
(qDslrDashboard will set the focus stacking direction and focus step values)
Users starts the focus stacking capture with the ‘Capture’ button
And in many cases I cannot change the number of frames. Clicking on the '+' or '-' buttons does nothing.
Camera : Canon 6D Firmware 1.1.8
Lens: EF 24-105L original, AF switch ON
Client: Android 8.0 (Huawei Mate 9) over Wifi.