Question about MitekMedia CD30P3 Digital Camera
Why do I always get blurry pics when taking them indoors?
Posted by Anonymous on
1. you could try it with flash, but the lighting in the picture would look artificial, won?t reflect the interior of the building as it really is, and the flash will cover only near objects leaving the rest dark, and we?ll be missing the point. 2. recommended ? place the camera on a stable platform(table, chair, shelf etc in lack of a tripod), adjust its vertical angle by placing some flat object under the front side of the camera, set it to auto or a preference to slow shutter speed(usually 1/60 to 0.5 of a sec according to the lighting), set timer(most cameras only give you about 2 seconds) in order to avoid vibrations during the picture taking. 3. you should avoid using more then 50 to 100 ISO, more will give you a grainy effect. You are promised a sharp picture with life like colors that looks real.
Posted on Feb 21, 2006
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