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Does the histogram on the E-Volt 500 clip the values to right

Does the histogram on the E-Volt 500 really clip if the values are to the right or is it more conservative and show the values on the right if there can be still some highlight data to be recovered?

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Histogram shouldbe on or off on lumix camera


The histogram is a tool that is useful to the photographer that shows a graph that represents how much color or bright and dark areas are in a photo. If you're looking at a photo that has a larger portion of the histogram graph on the left, it means there's a lot of dark / black tones - and that details in those areas are likely lost. The same holds true if the graph was heavy to the right edge - but it would mean there is a lot of bright or whites. Subtle details in these areas would also be lost. You can use the graph to adjust your exposure so that these details are visible. A wedding dress that lacks the fine lace details because the whites were "blown" (over-exposed) lacks interest when compared to a photo that preserves the details. Here's a link to a site with some great info in general - and about histograms specifically. Check it out.

Tinker with exposure settings to move the large areas of the graph away from the edges - this will show the details. You can switch the histogram off and on as you see fit.

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How do i remove the histogram from my lcd screen?


While viewing the picture, press the INFO button to cycle through the various available views. See the "Image Playback" section of the instruction manual (page 71 in my copy). If you need a copy, you may download it from here.

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When reviewing pictures, by pushing the arrow, a screen comes up over the picture, detailing Camera, date, time, etc. How do I make it go away and STAY away? If I hit the Enter button, it will go away,...


You cannot make it STAY AWAY. THat buttn, the multi-selector switch, is useful. If while viewing your shots it is pressed to the right, then the shot info comes up. Push it once back to the left and that info goes away. If pushed left once again, you get a histogram of the phoro. Push it once to the right and that histogram will go away. without the histogram or information on the screen, you are in normal viewing mode and pressing that multi0selector switch up or down will cycle through your photos.

Oct 31, 2010 | Nikon D50 Digital Camera

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View finder is blocked by a screen that appears to be part black and stripes lower right hand corner appears bat-like black


Look at page 16 of the user manual. You probably have the histogram set to display: it's a really useful tool when you learn how to use it which helps you to get the exposure levels as you want them instead of what the camera thinks you want.

To cancel the histogram (and alter how much other information is displayed) press the "DISP." (display) button located to the lower left of the thumbpad.

I hope that I've helped you; if so please let me know by rating my answer. If not, then post further comments to help identify the problem with reference to the user manual and I'll try again.

Mar 15, 2010 | Olympus SP-550 UZ Digital Camera

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When ever there is a picture taken there is a flicker when i view the picture in my camera it happens only on the bright spots ...ehy is it


It's normal.

The Nikon dSLRs have various LCD display modes, and one of them is called "highlight clipping warning display". Basically, when you set your LCD display to "highlight clipping warning display"(it's the mode right before the "histogram display"), it blinks white/black wherever your picture has blown highlights (i.e. where your picture is overexposed)

A histogram display is very helpful in telling whether you've got the exposure right, but to it isn't adequate by itself. With digital cameras, it's very important not to blow-out the highlights in a picture (they're similar to color positive film in that respect), since once you hit the maximum brightness, the image just saturates, and any highlight detail will be lost. A histogram display does a pretty good job of telling you how the image as a whole is doing, but what if there are just a few critical areas that you're worried about for the highlights? If only a small percentage of the total frame is involved, it won't account for many pixels. That means any peak at the "white" end of the histogram graph would be pretty small, and easy to miss (or just plain invisible). What to do? The folks at Nikon recognized this problem some time ago, and so have provided another special display mode on the D60 (as on most of their dSLRs) that they simply call "highlights," accessible via the Playback settings menu, under "Display Mode." This mode blinks any highlights that are saturated in any of the color channels. It does this by taking the nearly-white areas on the LCD and toggling them between white and black.

Aug 03, 2009 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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Have nikon d40 camera and have hit some button that makes a screen over the picture with camera info cant make it go away.


You have selected the histogram.
Bring up a picture on the LCD display. Using the arrow keys on the right, press down - the histogram will go away.

Jun 02, 2009 | Nikon D40 Digital Camera

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Cannot find the histogram function setup


switch your camera on the dial to the mountains. press the set button. scroll down to the wrench.scroll in the wrench menu down to the thrid page which has the histogram on it- turn it on. it isn't available in all modes. I'm sure there are other ways to do it- this is how I found it.

Apr 24, 2009 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28 Digital Camera

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Cannot remove the histogram display after picture is taken


there is a button on the back DISP.

PRESS ONCE OR MORE TO CYCLE BACK TO RIGHT DISPLAY CHOICE...

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RGB Histogram will not turn off.


It's not hard... I had the same problem, but I found this solution on the internet and it worked.
First turn on the camera and press the play button.
You are now viewing your picture with the histogram.
Use the same joystick looking kind of button that you use to scroll left and right through the pictures, but instead of going left and right, go UP OR DOWN. That scrolls through the different display settings.

Hope that helps!

Dec 13, 2008 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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Blue and red squares over my image


A histogram is a graphic representation of the distribution of brightness values in an image. The C-5500 has two histograms. One displays a real-time graph on the LCD screen as you compose your images and during the Quick View of images after they are shot. The DIRECT histogram displays potentially over and under-exposed areas in the image with a grid of squares—red for over-exposure and blue for under-exposure. You can set the histogram to OFF to prevent the histogram from appearing.

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