Question about Sony Mavica MVC-CD400 Digital Camera
I was checking my camera over before vacation and wanted to try out the features I hardly use, well, I got it set on three shots and cant get it off, I cant find the directions, this has been the best camera , have had it for at least 4 yrs. thanks for your help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jul 22, 2008
Turn camera on...Press [MENU] - [SETUP] scroll down [SETUP ] then select [INITIALISE]
Repeat a few times if it does not clear.
If no joy & if you are in the UK I can help you out.
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Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Testimonial: "THanks kiddo242 -- I've tried your suggestion for resetting all of the settings. This initial results look much more focused!"
There is no good solution for this. There's only a limited amount of light indoors.
First, you need the widest aperture you can get on your lens. You can get this by going to the Aperture-priority (A) mode.
Even so, you're shutter speed will most likely be too slow to freeze the action. You can combat this somewhat by raising the ISO. This will increase the noise, but I'd prefer a noisy picture to a blurry picture.
That still probably won't get you great pictures. Since you probably can't rig more floodlights in the gym, you'll be limited to using your flash if the action is taking place close enough to you (and if flash is permitted).
You can gain an additional stop or two with faster lenses, but such lenses can cost more than $2000. Unless _Sports Illustrated_ is paying for your pictures, that's probably not an option at this time.
I realize this doesn't really solve your problem. Unfortunately, as I stated up front, there is no good solution.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
With the camera off hold the Zoom to the 'W' side. While holding the
zoom press the play button, when the camera powers on it will ask if you
want to reset. Press ok.
The camera will then ask you for a 4 digit reset code. The code is:
Posted on May 01, 2010
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