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Taking pictures from myself

Hi. I don't know how to set the camera to take pictures from myself. I'm in a hurry and I don't have much time to go to the manual. Thanks, Zohreh

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Re: Taking pictures from myself

K i guess u have a panasonic sv-as30 first click on menu for about 4 to 5 seconds while the camera is switched on then u will find some lines on the top and on the down part of your lcd then move your scrool to the right down part u will find it off switch it to 2 or 10 seconds then click red button

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Re: Taking pictures from myself

There is only one way to find out how to work a camera Slow down read the manual

Posted on Jul 25, 2007

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If you don't have a user manual you can download one from here:-

There are links on this page for downloading User Guides and software etc which you may need for your camera, so it would be a good idea to keep a note of it.

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hi there,

the camera needs enough light from the environment to produce good picture
in your case, have you used built in flash to support you while taking photos?
or if you don`t want to use flash, you need a tripod to ensure the camera position won`t shake

setting i usually use while taking a picture at night is ISO 100, f 22 and manual focus mode


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Im just taking pictures. at first for a test i took picture of myself and i look then its ok. the second i set it to timer and then when i looked at the result the picture is so bright and then...

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