On a recent cruise, I enjoyed becoming accustomed to the new Batis 25mm lens. One feature of this lens is a precision display of focus distance and minimum and maximum focus distance. In the example below (not a great image artistically) I used the aperture dial on the camera and the OLED on the lens to set the minimum and maximum distance I wanted, then put the camera to my eye to confirm an acceptable shutter speed (I tend to use aperture priority nearly always), then framed, then released the shutter. In other words, "manual" focus was done without looking through the viewfinder. The process took less than 30 seconds and was entirely handheld. The resulting single image is exactly what I intended. I believe that this new, precision OLED display is revolutionary. With any other lens, this would have required a lot of guessing how to interpret a crude depth of field scale, multiple exposures at various apertures, and a bit of luck.