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On the picture menu, you can select between 16:9, 4:3, zoom 1, zoom 2, etc. Depending on the station you are watching and whether or not it is an HD station, selecting zoom 1 or zoom 2 on your TV remote might give you full screen. Otherwise, on some DISH remotes there is a format or zoom button that will also change the size of the picture.
most cameras come with an option called macro,this setting is for close up shots.on your camera it needs to set at wide angle.when choosing the shooting mode move left or right and choose the icon of a flower.if you adjust the zoom, a zoom bar will appear at the top of the lcd.if you try to use a zoom not intended for macro shots the flower icon will gray out and the bar will appear yellow,if you take a picture with the yellow bar it will be blurry.if you zoom out a little until it stops you should be ok. if you use a flash in macro mode the images edges usually will darken.hope this helps.
Well I'll take a stab at this. 1) how many size selections do you have? Many of the new flat panels have. a) Normal b) stretched c) 3x4 d) 16x9 e) overscan The issue you describe is that you are watching a 3x4 source/picture and your TV size is either in the 'Over scanned' position or the other possibility is that your TV has a Zoom function and it's zoomed in too far. Just a thought! Blessings always, A/V Media Tech Guy
2) I do not understand your assertion that it automatically zoomed in. Zooming is a manual function. The automatic functions of your lens pertain only to focusing on of the subject so that your picture is sharp and ensuring that the correct amount of light is admitted so that you have a correct exposure.
3) Are you sure you were turning the zoom ring and not the f-stop ring? The zoom ring is labeled 200 on one end of the scale and 55 on the other. It is also the widest ring on the lens barrel. When you rotate it, the physical length of the lens will lengthen as you rotate it clockwise (viewed from behind the camera) and shorten as you rotate it counter-clockwise.
4) For reference, at 200mm the angle of view on your lens should be 10 degrees and at 55mm about 40 degrees.
hello, my 1 yr. old just last nite was pressing buttons on the front of my RCA 52" and i saw something pop up in the left corner that said zoom. i have not found anything that will unzoom it but i have found something to help. Go into the menu and go to picture. then to the advance settings and choose the automatic preference. it will fix it depending usually on the programming. Myabe someone will know how to turn off the zoom!