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Night time pic mode

Ccant take any pictures after dark, in a club or if its a little dark, also if a zoom all pictures come out fuzzy looking

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    buddy Dec 27, 2007

    its brand new why should i have to pay to get assistance to answer any problems i have with this product what so ever

  • Samdi Dec 31, 2007

    Not only is it impossible to shoot video unless it's you're in very well lit surroundings, taking pictures in less than very good light is tricky as well. The flash tends to distort the color of things and for some reason it also creates odd shadows that have the effect of making your pictures look blurry. Not happy with this. I'm also puzzled as to why pictures taken with the flash tend to fade to gray near the bottom, any help would be appreciated.

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The one thing I have noticed about the DV179, is that it takes poor quality photos and video, unless it is in pure sunshine... :)

Yes, zooming in does distort the pic's, so be sure to put the stabilization mode to 'on', this does help a bit.

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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