Just recently I realized that the digital zoom on my camera wasn't working. The normal zoom (3x) works, but up it doesn't zoom up to 11x anymore. Any ideas? Suggestions? Help?
Recently, while visiting Canada, a lady had told me that it could possibly be because I've used Alkaline batteries. Could this be the case?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Digital Zoom Problem
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.
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The extended zoom you mention is possibly the Digital zoom. A lot of point and shoot compact digital cameras have a basic 3x optical zoom and 3x digital zoom.... though picture quality will deteriorate once you enter the digital zoom areas.
This camera has an auto lens. Which means it will focus automaticly evey sec. you can turn this option off:
1: Go into the menu
2: Chose option Cam Setiings
3: Swich AUTO focus to single lens and click OK.
Yes. This camera has 3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom. However digital zoom cannot be used in 2880 x 2160 size. Optical zoom: It is approximately 5.6 - 16.8 mm. (equivalent to 38 - 108 mm on 35mm film camera)
Digital zoom: It extends to 4x from telephoto end (108mm) of optical zoom.
The D-630 has a 3x optical zoom and a 4x seamless digital zoom. In order to use the digital zoom, press the OK/MENU button on the back of the camera. Press the right arrow key to access the Mode Menu. The first setting under the CAMERA tab is DIGITAL ZOOM. Press the right arrow key to highlight this setting and then press again to select ON. Press the OK/MENU button to set the DIGITAL ZOOM to remain ON. When you press the zoom button with the T on it, a zoom indicator will display on the right side of the LCD. The W represents a wider area of view as you zoom out, and the T represents telephoto as you zoom closer to the subject. When the zoom indicator is in the red zone, you are using the digital portion of the zoom. images taken in the digital zoom will appear “noisy” or “grainy” which is normal when using the DIGITAL ZOOM.
The D-575 Zoom has a 3x digital zoom and a 3.3x digital zoom, which gives you a total zoom of 10x. Use the shooting mode menu to activate the digital zoom feature.
The D-575 camera has a 3.3 digital zoom, which gives you a total of 10x zoom overall. Simply use the Shooting Mode menu to activate the Digital Zoom feature.
The D-535 Zoom camera has a 4x digital zoom in addition to the 3x optical zoom, which gives you a total of 12x zoom overall. Press the Zoom button and a zoom indicator will be displayed in the upper right corner of the LCD – the area in white represents the Optical Zoom range and the red area represents the range of the Digital Zoom. The W represents a wider area of view as you zoom out, and the T represents Telephoto as you are zooming in closer to the subject.