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Not a good image

I just brought the camera last night but i cant see my self clear

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If any cameras on night vision the pic soo fuzzy u cant see, NV off it goes back to visible?


At night can you see the red led's ? If not they are not working. Make sure in camera settins if there is a option to enable night vision. If you mean at night it is fuzzy cloudy then it could be led's are bouncing light back creating a hazy whitish image. Or lens is dirty on the inside which it happens. Last is low end low quality cameras

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How i take photo in night ! my problem is for clearity


I have a sample image here, I'm not sure how it will load it's a crop from a full frame.
I've read into your camera specifications and have found that 15 seconds is the longest shutter speed you can use, I didn't find a "Bulb" for shutter speed and this will limit your abilities to make clear "clarity" night photographs to work within the 15 seconds you will need to increase the ISO, increasing the ISO will introduce a grain effect and the clarity will fall off.
I'll give you a starting point some things you won't like what I'm saying but I've been doing this since 1983. You will need a sturdy tripod. Shut the IS off. See if you can focus on your subject and compose. If you can't auto focus (lack of light or contrast) switch to manual focus, focus is critical if you can't obtain this the shot will be useless. After focus compose your scene set your camera at ISO 100, manual mode F11 adjust the shutter speed to give proper exposure increase ISO by one stop and decrease F stop by one (F8) check exposure once you have the exposure recompose your scene. Make sure the camera is in manual focus, IS (image stabilization) is off, set self timer to 2 second delay, check your scene again and release the shutter and don't touch the camera again until the exposure is complete. There is a whole lot more to this and you are limited because of the lack of the bulb feature or a shutter speed greater then 15 seconds.
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Hallo, my canon powershot A420 camera shows horizontal white lines in LCD screen mostly in night shots and the day light shots appear blurred as if more light is entering and the image is not clear.


I am afraid this seems to be a hardware error in the sensor. If the image is purplish in color when blurred it is similar to my and another user's problem. He/she contacted the manufacturer and they said they can fix it for $250. I am not a repair specialist so there may be a simpler cause and solution- good luck.

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CAMERA GOES TO BLACK & WHITE A HOUR AFTER RESETTING POWER ON IT A


The SSC-CD73V and SSC-CD73VT cameras
offer a “Day/Night” function to provide
optimized sensitivity in both day and night
shooting scenarios. As the scene illumination
reduces and the acquired image darkens, the
infrared cut filter is automatically removed and
the camera switches to B/W mode, requiring
only a minimum illumination of 0.2 lx.
Incorporating an optimized lens for the
“Day/Night” function, the camera can produce a
clear and crisp image under normal illumination
or when used with near IR illuminators. In
addition, “Day/Night” modes can be
automatically switched, or manually initiated on
demand through an external control signal.

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I recently brought a canon SX100IS digital camera. We are slowly reading the book and working out the functions. On taking a snap the other night a hand appeared in the right hand side of the screen, what...


Hi - You can download the manual from the link underlined in blue below:

SX100IS

See page 73, you have the image stabilizer set:

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did you ever find a solution to this problem ?

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