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Orite vc3260 i also have this camera and the flash is so bright that makes the picture so white. what can i do to reduce the light of the flash?

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  • jhayne17 Feb 03, 2008

    hello, im havin' the same prob w/ my Orite vc3260, im not able to fix the settings wherein when i try to use flash it makes the pictures so bright..it also take a while to process pictures taken...what do i need to do, how do i fix the settings to be able to take better pictures?

  • Anonymous Apr 16, 2008

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  • meetmeagain Apr 24, 2008

    hello, im havin' the same prob w/ my Orite VC 3210, im not able to fix
    the settings wherein when i try to use flash it makes the pictures so
    bright..it also take a while to process pictures taken...what do i need
    to do, how do i fix the settings to be able to take better pictures?

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I have digitalcamera vc 3260. its driver is for windows xp. my system is windows 7. what should i do
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My retied father who is not technlogy spupid has lost his instructions for the "ORITE VC3260" and i have spent some time trying to find a web site. Could anyone please e-mial me a copy.
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Posted on Aug 03, 2008

Dear sir, I have Orite VC 3260 camera & I need to setup my webcam and I have no CD for setting it, please can you help me to download from your site and way of downloading. thankyou very much.

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How do you remove the white areas of a shot from flashing black when you look at the image?


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I think my flash is too bright?


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Orite VC3260


If you have no driver and software please download your driver and software from your camera sites. On this path.

http://www.aiptek.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=ZCD-PKDV3NB10&Category_Code=DS1&Store_Code=AS.



If its not help you please check it. WWW.DOTSIS.COM


I hope its very help full for you.

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Crappy pictures


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