Question about Cameras
There are two thing that make this problem: 1. if your photos has shadow so you must decrease the shutter time or increase the ISO to solve the problem. 2. but if your photos are out of focus make sure that you select the suitable f.Stop and when you want to take photo first press shutter button halfway to make the camera focus and then check the focus point on display. if it's ok, press shutter fully and if it's not good try again. I hope this helps...
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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