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Blurred image on screen

The display screen is blurred to a point where the pix is out of focus. Any help?

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Hello friend

which model of camera is using...and give the detail of megapixel

Posted on May 14, 2009

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  • Rohit  Asthana
    Rohit Asthana May 14, 2009

    i also want to take a look on this page

    www.aguntherphotography.com/tutorials/why-pictures-look-flat-out-of-focus-dull.html

    thanks



  • Rohit  Asthana
    Rohit Asthana May 14, 2009

    That option isn't available for the nikon cam some manufactureres call it
    live view, sort of like looking through a video camera's viewfinder and
    it is what is going to to get recorded or what the picture is going to
    be. Some point-and-shoot cameras have that but no viewfinder. Digital
    camera owners have expressed a desire to have that option on DSLR's for
    a long time now so camera makers are adding that feature. It comes at a
    higer price now, but soon it will be a standard just like video for
    DSLR's (D-90). The reason it has been tough to add is that it is a real
    power drain on the battery to keep the display on and have the auto
    focus and metering going at the the same time which is what has to
    happen if it is a "live view". You can keep your display (of pictures
    taken on longer from the menu) but that's not really what you are
    after. Hope that helps.

  • Rohit  Asthana
    Rohit Asthana May 14, 2009

    One more thing to consider, you really don't want to look at the LCD
    screen to take the photo, it's an awkward position that is not very
    stable for taking pictures anyway. You want to hold the camera close to
    your face bracing it with both hands. Holding it out in front of you to
    look at the LCD is risky and at slower speeds or lower light you will
    get blurred shots. You want to get used the the view finder to get the
    info that appears there as well as the focal area. It's the way the
    pros do it. Give it a try.


    hope it will help you


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