Question about Cameras
When I take a picture I have to hold my camera absolutly perfectly still or else you can tell the camera moved when you view the picture. Someone told me it's the ISO and I don't know how to change it. Thank you
Changing the ISO is only a patch for the problem - although it will allow you to take pictures with a faster shutter speed (which will help with motion blur) it's not panacea - it will add significant noise to the photo
I'd advise instead on of the following:
1) Place the camera on a tripod or other sturdy surface (like a desk)
2) Use more light (or, better still, use the flash if your subject is close)
3) Use the self-timer - a lot of camera shake originates from the movement of the finger on the shutter button
If you still want to change the ISO, check the camera manual (not all cameras allow you to change the ISO)
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
1. Make sure camera is off, and then remove the batteries and memory card.
2. Close the battery door.
3. Press and hold down the on/off button for 1 minute.
4. Release the on/off button, and reinsert the batteries and memory card.
5. Power the camera on.
Next reset the settings of the camera to the factory default.
1. While the camera is on, press and hold the menu button for approximately 10 seconds.
2. The screen should then display the message "Reset settings to default".
3. "Cancel" will be highlighted so move to the right and highlight "OK".
4. Press the SET button once "OK" has been highlighted.
5. The screen will say "busy" while the settings are returned to the default
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