Question about Canon Cameras
When you use auto mode on most point and shoot digital cameras ( which
includes the F717) the camera software gets to choose aperature,
shutter speed, and ISO setting. When the ISO setting is used at the
faster ISOs, the images get digital 'noisy' very quickly. There is a
much higher noise level in consumer digicams at the higher ISOs,
because the sensor chip is much smaller than in the digital SLRs. F2.0
suggests yoiu are shooting at the maximum aperature of your lens and
that the light is pretty dim.
If you learn to use your camera in the Av ( aperature preferred) mode at ISOs of 50 or 100, most of the noise you are describing will disappear. The camera should take very nice images at ISOs less than 200.
Consult your manual on aperature preferred or manul setting of the ISO speed
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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