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My Camera has started adding alot of noise to all my photo not matter if its well lighted or not? why? help please...

I tried adding light, minusing light, hard light soft light. i even tried adjusting the iso :'( .i dont know whats wrong.

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This is GENERAL INFO for most small sensor CoolPix Cameras. You should use ISO 400 or LOWER. Any ISO over 400 will have Grain in you photos. If it is dark you need a tripod or surface to place the camera on with self timer.

You get ugly GRAIN with HIGH ISO... You get lots of NOISE with long shutter speed. I can take Good Photos at night (when I use a tripod) with ISO at 400. I can take 1 second exposures and they look fine. You cannot take good night photo without a tripod.

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Hi, the photos i take are getting blurred and the image is not at all clear no matter how shot the distance may be i click the image.the only new icon i see on the screen is vibration warning symbol along...


If you are shooting in Auto mode with flash, this should solve your problem. Make sure you are not dictating any of the settings, i.e. choosing a longer shutter speed, a very small aperture setting, or a very low ISO (sensitivity) setting.

Typically the vibration warning icon will appear when the camera is trying to use a long shutter speed without flash in order to get the right exposure for a darker scene. Your outdoor (bright light) photos are probably OK.

In dim light with a point and shoot camera, you can have your choice between 1. blurry (using a relatively slow shutter speed), 2. dark (using a shorter shutter speed but no flash), or 3. a good photo with flash (which uses a medium shutter speed and added light from the flash)

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The following has only just started happening - Still images are captured in a very grainy and washed way. Where as captured video footage is fine. Please help.


The Canon A95 has been known for taking noisy and grainy photos. Try using a low ISO setting of 50 or 100 to see if that helps. Using auto ISO or ISO above 100 will put more noise/grain in your photos. Also, always shoot in the best lighting situation possible. The more light the better. You can always improve your photos with good editing software too.
I hope this helps and good luck!

Nov 18, 2009 | Canon PowerShot A95 Digital Camera

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I have a brand new Finepix S8100fd camera and the majority of the photos are speckled no matter what setting I use. However the super macro setting rocks and pictures are super clear! My Fuji 7.1 mega


Common issue with the A8100fd. The most likely problem you are having is not enough light. Try shooting in bright sunlight to test the "graininess". Make sure you use the flash anytime the light is not bright. Even though the camera will shoot in low light (without flash), because it defaults to a high ISO setting, which (just like film) accentuates the "grain", or more properly termed in digital photography, "noise". Set the camera for a low ISO setting and use the flash whenever you see the "red hand" symbol on the screen.

Apr 22, 2009 | Fuji FinePix S1000FD Digital Camera

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Not good photos indoors very grainy and bad light looking photos


Auto mode in poor lighting (generally always indoors without flash) sets high ISO, which produces ugly amount of noise (graininess). What you need is to keep the ISO under 200 by either:
Shooting well lit scenes, using flash etc.
or
Uusing one of the manual programs (M, S, A, P) and setting the sensitivity via the F-menu.

Dec 27, 2008 | Fuji FinePix S8000fd Digital Camera

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Camera Shake Warning


The camera shake icon is not 'smart' in that it doesn't actually measure camera shake, simply when shutter speeds drop below a certain level it will start to give you the warning. If the camera is on a tripod (and the subject is also stationary) you should use the absolute lowest ISO (ISO80 on the A650) to get the best results. Also, use the 2-second self-timer mode so that your pressing-the-shutter-button doesn't introduce shake to the photo (the camera will wait 2 seconds before taking the picture - long enough for all vibrations to stop). If the room is very dark (needing exposures longer than 1second), I recommend you use Tv mode to unlock the even-slower shutter speeds.

Aug 15, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A650 IS Digital Camera

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Very grainy pictures indoors at night


If you can adjust the ISO sensitivity to a lower number then the graininess will be reduced.

However, by reducing the ISO, you will need a slower shutter speed and a larger aperture. A tripod, table or other support may be necessary.

The "noise reduction" setting on the camera can also be adjusted a step up.

Taking pictures at full resolution and fine compression will also help.
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Overall, at least try lowering the ISO, and using the flash brighter.


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After taking one photo, camera display blinks and can't turn off or take more pics


TIggertigger, allthough batteries have improved alot they still eventualy die, by the sounds of this proublem the battery has died for what ever reasen, try getting a new battery. If this does not help try a filmwere upgrade, for insturctions on how to do this please contact canon.

Jun 27, 2008 | Canon Rebel XT / EOS 350D Digital Camera

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Taking photos at night with auto. flash


try adjusting the flash settings to SLOW SYNC, that is the auto flsh combined with slow shutter speed. It is use to capture both subject and background at night or undr dim light.

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HELP!! my camera will not turn on at all


lol ne too BUTT I FIXED IT :p

lol just ajust the battery to one side (slide it over as far it wont seem like alot but it will work) .



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SLR light meter


Hmmm well its getting power.... surely the lens is on correctly. Since the camera seems to be working, one option is to get a hand-held light meter.

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