Question about Canon IXUS V2 Digital Camera
I'm disappointed with majority of my photos taken with Ixus 75. The scenery photos were not sharp and i'm not sure if this is related to Face Detection Function? By the way, would different modes of AiAF function help to resolve the problem? How do i set to focus some objects (other than face) to protrude them? Thanks.
1. Make sure you are holding the camera very steady when you take the photo.
2. Try increasing the number of pixels resolution to super fine. If this uses too much memory, invest in a larger capacity memory chip. (The one supplied with the camera has a fairly small capacity.)
3. According to the manual, the "portrait" mode softens faces, but there are other modes you can use.
4. Depth of field is pretty much WYSIWYG . Move back and forth and try with and without optical zoom until it looks right.
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
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