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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Don't know what exactly the issue is, but digital cameras these days all have a setting to adjust the aperture. If a picture is dark, you can change the setting to have the aperture open for longer (this lets more light in). It wouldn't be an automatic setting, unfortunately, but this is something you have to do anyways when its dark outside and you are taking pictures at night. Just make sure you steady the camera (if the aperture is open for very long, then you may need a tripod) when taking the picture or else it will be blurry.
This is a common situation with many compact point&shoot cameras. The camera has to do a lot of work between the time you press the shutter release button and it takes the picture; set the focus, meter the light and set the exposure, switch from showing the real-time image on the LCD to capturing and storing a single image, and more. Larger, heavier, and more expensive DSLRs have additional hardware to reduce this "shutter lag" to nothing, compact cameras don't.
There is something you can do to reduce the time, however. If you know where the action is going to happen (a kid getting ready to blow out the candles on a cake, for example), press the shutter release button halfway to focus and meter. Hold the button there until the action happens, then press it the rest of the way. This lets the camera get most of the work done before taking the picture.
The multi-shot setting on a digital camera is part of the dial menu; wherever you can adjust the picture settings for close-up, panorama, action or portrait shots. Just move the dial and watch the screen to see what setting you are programming. Have fun taking great pictures! Please vote if this solution is brilliant! Sciencewoman
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
Depending in the model of camera, check the menu for more specific settings. Some models you could turn the flash off or on and in giving points even red eye corrections, so chec your camera menu for settings.
Hi , to set camera in self timer , did you see thew swevil knob on right on front thats the self timer knob , recock the film to load new shoot slide down self timer , aim to the object or tri pod stand then push the shutter you can hear gear running in few sconds the shutter cutain will open for take picture automatically , you must run and hurry to make pose within the few second , thats all good luck.