Re: Digital photography and inkjets...
Once, I had a manual SLR.
It had a ground glass focussing screen with a split image. One control and my focus was OK.
Now I have a DLSR, which can select from - using 3 independent controls - over 60 different ways to focus the shot.
Frankly if my eyes weren't shot I'd still be using manual focus.
Its like a microwave oven with 30 buttons to press, none of which actually result in power being applied to the magnetron.
I am sticking to my £45 one that says 'power level' and 'time'