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I need the settings to get pictures of things in motion. not video. and to reduce jitter. other cameras do this automatically.

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Use "Sport" setting, and/or set the ISO as high as it will go. NOT good for indoor or flash shots.

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I have a Kodak Easy Share CD82. What do the designs on top of the dial mean there is one red design What does that mean?


In order, starting with the "P"
P - Program - Access to more manual settings than Smart Capture mode.
"hand" - Blur Reduction - Reducing blur caused by camera shake or subject motion.
"VIDEO" - Capturing Video with sound
(red colored camera) - Smart Capture - General picture taking - it offers excellent image quality ad ease of use. The scene is analyzed for other content and for lighting. You can choose the best picture size and aspect tatio for your needs - just press the Menu button and choose picture size.
"Flower" - Close up - Use available light instead of flash, if possible.
"Sport" - Subjects that are in motion.
"SCN" - Scene - Point-and-shoot simplicity when taking pictures in practically any situation.
You can download the PDF file by Googling your camera make and model. I'll try adding it here with the link. You might have to copy and paste to your own browser.
Hope this helps. Mike
[PDF] KODAK EASYSHARE CD82 Digital Camera resources.kodak.com/support/pdf/en/manuals/urg01070/CD82_xUG_GLB...
KODAK EASYSHARE CD82 Digital Camera Extended user guide www.kodak.com For interactive tutorials: ... Use power-saving features (see Using the Setup tab, page 28).

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When I take a picture, it blurs at the slightest movement. What setting is wrong?


Put the main dial on the green camera logo. It is the automatic mode. Then the camera will try to pick the fastest shutter speed it can use to make a good picture. When you take pictures in one of the manual modes, like S, A or M, or in night shot mode, the shutter time can be so long you have motion blur.

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Is it best to use A1 settings and what does it do


The only thing close to A1 on that camera is IA (Intelligent Automatic)

"This powerful function senses the shooting conditions and automatically makes the settings and activates functions that will deliver optimal results. With both motion and still images, iA does the bothersome settings for you and makes it easy to capture beautiful, well-focused images."

Basically, with this setting enabled you can just point and shoot and get a decent picture, but if you wanted to be more creative with your shots (adjusting exposure, depth of field etc) I'd suggest turning it off.

If you're a point-and-shoot kind of guy, keep it on.

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When tweaking the motion settings low makes everything jitter really bad and high is a bit better. Even at custom 10/10 it still jitters enough to annoy me. Is it a defective tv? The strange part is...


Try checking the Hz settings on each channel you use. It may be that what you happen to put a setting on is only effective on that channel. Which means if you had to originally set it for 60 or 120hz on the hdmi channel, then you may have to do the same for your tv/satellite channel.

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Sony hdr-cx7 image jitters when the cam gets hot


one fix is turning off steadyshot then try putting the camcorder upright(the lens pointing up) for few second until you see the video stabilize, then use as normal but the camcorder will jitter again if handle it roughly. This is just a workaround, i still dont know why it happens, need to send it for repair soon.

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Picture is not clear in the viewfinder


This can occur from many different things. First of all, it is possible that your lens is dirty, try cleaning it while taking the proper precautions. Also it is possible that some cameras have a setting to reduce the pixel quality in the viewfinder to reduce battery consumption. It might be adjustable in your settings. Hope this helps.

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Cannot send pictures through email


Hi, You need to have a seperate software for reducing the size or modifying the ur photo, there are numerous softwares on net, use www.download.com for free ware software, u will definitely get photo size reducing softwares...!!! Hoping a fixya from u... :)

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Blurry pictures with Pentax K1000


Hello,

It may be the equipment or it may be the way you are holding / taking the picture.

Here are suggestions on how to take better zoom lens pictures (this also applies to any camera) before you start diving into the equipment.

1) Use the fastest shutter speed possible. This reduces the amount of time of exposure, this limiting the amount of motion blur that can happen.
2) Don't hold the camera by hand. Either use a tri-pod or rest the camera on something stable, like a wall, rock, bench, etc. This makes it less likely that the camera will move when you are taking the picture, thus reducing motion blurr in the image.
3) If you have to hold the camera by hand, hold the zoom lens with your left hand (because it is more towards the center of gravity than the camera is) & try to slow your breathing & take the picture between heart beats.
4) Also, another thing that helps is to use a remote shutter release (such as that rubber bulb or plunger attached to the shutter release). I would also say using the self-timer would help, but the K1000 doesn't have that. This is so the camera doesn't shake from you pushing the shutter release button.
5) Make sure the lens is clean! Even get one of those lens pens from your local camera shop.

If you have tried all (or most of these) then its time to start looking at your equipment, such as . . . is your shutter getting stuck when exposing, thus lengthening the exposure and making for a blurring shot or do you need glasses? <grin -- which is why I find it really difficult to use manual focus equipement now, because my eye sight is really bad!>

Take care & Happy Imaging!
Glen
:)

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Difference between the D-460 and the D-450 Zoom digital camera


The D-490 Zoom shares the following features with the D-460 Zoom: •Olympus 5.4mm to 16.2mm (equiv. to 35mm to 105mm on a 35mm camera) lens: all-glass, 8 element, 6 groups, 2 aspherical lenses •Automatic TTL focus system •Macro mode allows the camera to auto focus as close as 8 inches •Automatic aperture selection: f2.8 to f8.0 wide, f4.4 to f12.6 tele •3x image magnification inspection mode •Panorama mode: Allows multiple pictures to be "stitched" together to create wide views •NTSC video output to TV •12-second self-timer •8MB SmartMedia card included •Built-in, pop-up intelligent flash: Auto low & backlight, red-eye reducing, off, fill-in, slow-sync •Automatic white balance control or 4 manual settings (daylight, cloudy, tungsten light, fluorescent light) •Automatic ISO sensitivity or manual selectable ISO settings •Uses 4 AA size batteries. AC Adapter is available as an optional accessory In addition, the D-490 Zoom has the following functions and features: •2.1 megapixel resolution (1600 x 1200) •Sequence mode - up to 5 shots in HQ and up to 45 shots in SQ mode (1.3fps) •Motion picture mode - up to 60 seconds of QuickTime movie (.mov) format (w/o audio)

Aug 31, 2005 | Olympus D-460 Zoom Digital Camera

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Difference between the D-460 Zoom and the D-490 Zoom digital camera


The D-490 Zoom shares the following features with the D-460 Zoom: •Olympus 5.4mm to 16.2mm (equiv. to 35mm to 105mm on a 35mm camera) lens: all-glass, 8 element, 6 groups, 2 aspherical lenses •Automatic TTL focus system •Macro mode allows the camera to auto focus as close as 8 inches •Automatic aperture selection: f2.8 to f8.0 wide, f4.4 to f12.6 tele •3x image magnification inspection mode •Panorama mode: Allows multiple pictures to be "stitched" together to create wide views •NTSC video output to TV •12-second self-timer •8MB SmartMedia card included •Built-in, pop-up intelligent flash: Auto low & backlight, red-eye reducing, off, fill-in, slow-sync •Automatic white balance control or 4 manual settings (daylight, cloudy, tungsten light, fluorescent light) •Automatic ISO sensitivity or manual selectable ISO settings •Uses 4 AA size batteries. AC Adapter is available as an optional accessory In addition, the D-490 Zoom has the following functions and features: •2.1 megapixel resolution (1600 x 1200) •Sequence mode - up to 5 shots in HQ and up to 45 shots in SQ mode (1.3fps) •Motion picture mode - up to 60 seconds of QuickTime movie (.mov) format (w/o audio)

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