Question about Cameras
If used one shoot, the camera mode always change to macro mode.
There may be a setting with
HEAD SHOT, and
...select any other mode other than the FLOWER
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Macro Mode
The MACRO MODE is easily accessed via the arrow pad on the back of the camera. Press the left arrow key, which has a flower icon, to start the MACRO MODE. Press the down arrow key to select the flower icon in the menu. Then press the OK/MENU button; camera is now set for close-up photography. Remember to turn off the MACRO MODE when you begin shooting subjects beyond the focus range of the MACRO MODE.
Posted on Sep 01, 2005
Make sure your camera isn't zoomed in (full telephoto) The camera can't handle both full zoom AND super macro. Don't forget super macro goes from Zero to 20cm from the lens. Zoom completely out and you should be able to see something within that range. The biggest complaint I've heard about the S2 IS is if you take closeups of bugs the chances of the bug crawling onto your lens is pretty good.:-) Be very carefull of blocking light with the lens at extreme closeup too. Although the flash squelches well to allow for closeups it can leave a nasty shadow. If you're really serious about macro you'll find a ring flash would come in handy. BMW
Posted on Jul 14, 2006
SOURCE: Shooting mode selection problem
Solution #1 works on the S400, I just did it. Open the back of the camera and see the gold colored contacts on the back of the mode selector wheel. Pry them up 1/16" with a precision screwdriver, knife or similar. This will allow contact to be made between the contacts yoy just adjusted and the other set of contacts in the camera chassis.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
It is problem of bad CCD Imager in your Canon A85 camera and ccd imager will be replaced to get correct picture in live view/ shooting mode.
Canon will repair your camera free of cost. Click Canon CCD Imager Advisory for details.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Have you tried the gray balance?? also an auto setting should take care of the gray balance setting automatically
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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