Everytime i take picture with this damned camera it looks decent when it's vied on best fit in the preview software but when i zoom in or pick the actual size it's all blurry with tremendous aboutnof noise it's grainy all over. i se the automatic settings and it's still doing it can anyone help me please.
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As far as I know, Digimax 240 doesn't allow for normal ways to adjust camera settings for different environments (shutter speed, ISO settings, etc) but the menu does allow for Exposure Compensation to be adjusted (plus or minus 2 stops). Try adjusting that to find what works best for you.
Only other options are using a decent photo software to adjust on a computer afterwards, or look in to getting a camera that allows you to alter these factors for when you take a picture
I Havee The Same Problem And Ive Been Reading Around And The Most Decent Answer I Found About What Was Wrong Was That Something Had Just Come Loose Inside So That Might Help Because Something Wiring Upo To The Screen Might Be Loose Its Worth A Shot.
There are different settings. You can view the past photos because you are using the viewer for that, but you have a setting off in the menu. You need to turn on view photo or preview photo after picture taken.
I am not sure what it is in the Canon line, but look in your manual for the setting.
My response to these always makes me sad. There is no way of getting good picture. These camera binoculars are neither good cameras or binoculars. They do neither well. The camera is just attached to the binoculars. What you see through the binoculars is not what the camera sees. The binoculars magnification is not the same as the lens in the camera. It is like holding a camera on top of a pair of binoculars. The camera will take a picture in the area approximate to where you are looking. Digital cameras have a sensor. The more megapixels the larger the sensor should be. Camera makers are now making compact cameras with huge megapixel capacity without increasing the sensor size. The result is worse looking pictures. Not much is different with the cameras attached to binoculars only the sensors are much worse quality than those on a stand alone digital camera.
Maybe not the solution you wanted buts its the truth. If you do want to take bird photos your best bet is a pair of binoculars on a tripod with a digital camera adaptor and camera attached. The camera adaptors that are made in China are not expensive and are copies of some of the high priced units out there. all the adaptor is is a bracket which attaches to a tripod which holds the camera to one of the binocular lenses. That way you see what the camera sees through the binoculars.