Question about Canon PowerShot A430 Digital Camera
If you know what you are doing then follow the following steps
set the ISO to 200
set the camera on P (program mode) and reduce the Exposure [+/-] to 0
now set to A (Apperture mode) and set it to 2.5
now set to S (Shutter Priority) and set to 1/25
well if you feel all the above procedure is a bit risky medling with the all important then just o to settings and reset to factory settings this will automatically set the Apperture, Shutter and Exposure settins to an optimal level and you can get back to clicking away again once you set the date and time
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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