With previous cameras, after taking a picture, i have been able to zoom in on the pic right on the camera and save it as another picture.
With this camera, i am able to zoom and position but i am unable to save it. Does anyone know how to do this?
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know you must adjust the zooming for the right range on the camcorder to accept the long and the short distances , so if you but it in the long distance and take apic on shrt distance it will came blur pic .
Unfortunately the image is not able to be saved if you have zoomed in on it. The camera does not have the ability to save images that way. You can download the image and use photo editing software to cause that zoomed in effect to happen so that you are able to print the image that way.
Is this camera only have a digital zoom? If it has an optical zoom as well, you could have a setting that is set to ignore digital zoom and because your lighting conditions, zooming in and out is not currently possible because the aperture can not be opened enough to light you take a picture without being blurry. The auto focus would be taking priority in stopping you from taking a picture. Just a hunch.
First, it is possible to disable the digital zoom feature on your camera. See the attached picture for instructions on how to make sure that digital zoom support is turned on.
Second, digital zoom is only supported when you have the LCD turned on.
Third, digital zoom isn't really a zoom. It is simply taking a smaller picture, and then stretching it out. Instead, you should take the picture with no zoom, then crop the photo using your PC to get it to the size you like. Keep in mind that digital zooming and cropping are technically the same thing. Both lower the amount of information you are capturing, and both will reduce the overall quality of the photo when you print it.
I recommend Preclick's photo organizer (for Windows). It is free and can be downloaded from www.preclick.com.
You can play the images in your camera on a TV or save them to videotape by connecting the camera with the bundled Audio/Video cable. Power up the camera in the PLAYBACK Mode, press the OK/MENU button to open the menu and using the arrow keys toggle up to begin the SLIDESHOW.
You can even change the playback format in the MODE MENU. Press the OK/MENU button and using the right arrow key select the MODE MENU. Toggle down to SETUP, toggle right to enter the SETUP MENU and toggle up once to PLAYBACK SETUP. When you toggle right you will be offered four playback options: NORMAL, SLIDE, FADER and ZOOM. When selected you will get the following effects:
NORMAL - Each image instantaneously replaces the previous image.
SLIDE - The images are sequenced by sliding from right to left.
FADER - The images are sequenced via a lap dissolve.
ZOOM - The images are sequenced by zooming in to black and zooming out from black.