I am a novice at taking pictures and would like to know what I have to do to take decent "action" pictures? Any time I aim and shoot when someone is moving, the picture is blurred. There must be a way to increase the shutter speed?? HELP!
If you have a book for your camera you need to read the menu,it will help you on the issue of shutter speed and light. bottom line is the faster the motion the faster the shutter speed with respect to lighting conditions. hope this help you soom jerry
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Your new 4GB memory card is the problem. The card would likely be an SDHC card (look on its front cover). Your A540 camera was designed well before the SDHC format came out, and your camera will not recognize it. Your camera can only use standard SD cards (2GB or less). Here's some from Amazon.
if ur pics are also blank as ur viewfinder when u see them on pc then it is a
CCD FAILURE !
dont worry u are eleigible for free repairs it is a manufac fault just see the link and call canon in ur area they will repair it free of charge dont worry if u are out of warranty or ur model is not mentioned on the list just call them everything will be ok PLS RATE ME FIXYA for help
Hey birdstrike, According to the manufacturer there are two options. You can try pressing the display (DISP.) button, and if that doesn't work you are probably going to have to get it serviced by an authorized service center. There is a know problem with the CCD sensor on this camera and other model cameras that causes a malfunction when the camera is exposed to heat or humidity. Canon is covering this repair, and I have included a link below to the instructions on what to do. http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=PgComSmModDisplayAct&fcategoryid=225&modelid=13390&keycode=2112&id=29819 Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.