Question about Kodak EasyShare C743 Digital Camera
Whenever i take a picture inside a room there is a yellow or red hand on top telling me the picture is garbage, please tell me how to fix it
The symbols you are seeing are the blur warning indicators.
The yellow hand warns you that the picture may not be quite sharp enough for a standard 6" x 4" print - however you may be happy with it.
The red hand warns you that the picture is most likely to be poor quality, and won't produce a good 6" x 4" printed photo.
The reason you're getting these indoors, is that there's not enough light for the camera to take a good picture. As it tries to do so, it opens the shutter for longer to let more light in - however on doing so, if the camera isn't absolutely still, then the warning symbols will come on.
To remedy the above I'd have the following suggestion - if possible and practical, when shooting indoors, try and rest the camera on something solid when taking a photo. If this is not possible - try leaning against a wall to stabilise yourself. Even though you think you are holding the camera still - it's moving quite a lot.
Try one hand held photo - and one photo with the camera resting on something solid like a table and see what the difference is.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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