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Zooming issues and no high quality photo

My camera is having problems with both its zooming and its ability to take high quality photos. Any idea on how to fix these?

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Switched it on a off a couple of times and it worked.

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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How do I reduce the 'noise' in my photos - they are in focus but almost fuzzy? Ihave a canon S3IS


Zooming in too far will make your photo appear fuzzy if your camera has Digital Zoom.
For more info on Digital Zoom: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_zoom

Also low levels of light may degrade the quality of the image(depending on your settings)


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I have sony DSC-W290 Cybershot Digital camera. it has zoom of 5x. currently, zoom is working up to 1.4x.After 1.4x the more zoom i did the photo is showing blur(Not clear).


I would check and confirm that you are zooming using the optical zoom. It sounds like you may be zooming using the digital zoom, which would have this effect.

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How to i zooming camera. sir please tell me


Use camera options
Before capturing a photo, select to access the
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I cannot firgure out how to zoom


On the rear of your camera to the top right is a mode selector dial. To the right of this there is a vertical rocker switch, press the top half to zoom in and the bottom half to zoom out.

Note that this model is extremely basic and crude. The zoom is only a digital zoom, not an optical one: this means that every time you zoom all that's happening is the camera magnifies the image and effectively reduces it's resolution dramatically from the maximum 5.1MP. You can reduce the loss of quality by using the mode selector to go into set up mode and then setting the photo quality to "High Quality" (two stars). You'll still lose the same number of megapixels when zooming, but the data compression on your photos will be lower than when using standard quality settings. By far the best way to use your camera is to never use the digital zoom at all; leave it set fully to "wide" and if you need to zoom just crop the image afterwards on your computer.

Your camera is better than nothing, but even a basic 2MP camera built into a mobile phone will usually take better pictures.

If you'd like to know more about your camera then you can download the user manual here, courtesy of Retrevo.

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Zooming in


Unfortunately the image is not able to be saved if you have zoomed in on it. The camera does not have the ability to save images that way. You can download the image and use photo editing software to cause that zoomed in effect to happen so that you are able to print the image that way.

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Clarity of Photos


Good results are usually possible with the trusty old D70s.

Obviously, run through your settings and ensure you have everything sorted for max quality: Set quality to Fine, size to large, ISO 200-400 (turn auto ISO to off).

Next check the JPEG processing settings. Make sure the sharpening and/smoothing are set to minimum or low. You could also try shooting on RAW which would help eliminate the JPEG processing settings as the problem. If your RAW files are still ****, your camera may be on the way out. If the RAW;'s are better, your JPEG settings need attention or the processor is having issues.

Assuming your settings are all fine and your lens is of reasonable quality the images should be pretty sharp. But at the end of the day the D70 is getting on a bit and with only 6.1mp zooming in heaps is never going to be pretty.

If the "blobs" of colour and pixelation are severe you may have a sensor or processing issue.

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8mb Lumix camera....but 3mb pictures


a jpeg when compressed (unopened) would be about 3-4mb from an 8mp camera. This can vary a little. Once opened and uncompressed (ie - in Photoshop or another program that will show its uncompressed file size) the file would be about 21-25mb. If you are not getting good photos printed at 4x6 etc. It could be for a number of reasons. A: you may be printing the thumbnails and not the actual full res photos. - see if there are duplicate photos in the folder - 1 set high res, 1 set low res. B: in low light or by changing the ISO manually to a higher sensitivity (higher number like 400,800 1600), quality can be greatly reduced. C: by zooming in too far. There is a maximum that the glass can magnify and after that the camera enlarges the veiw of the pixels which is the same as you trying to blow up a tiny little area of a photo. --In combination, low light and zooming in will provide very unpleasing results. The more you zoom, the more shaky the photo will be and the less light can enter the lens A higher shutter speed and ISO are needed as less light is available. Try moving in rather than zooming in when in low light. Also use a flash. In general, dont use or disable the digital zoom for better results. A tripod will help too for non moving subjects. Take these lessons to the bank even if you think I haven't addressed your problem.

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Digital Zoom Problem


Three things: First, it is possible to disable the digital zoom feature on your camera. See the attached picture for instructions on how to make sure that digital zoom support is turned on. Second, digital zoom is only supported when you have the LCD turned on. Third, digital zoom isn't really a zoom. It is simply taking a smaller picture, and then stretching it out. Instead, you should take the picture with no zoom, then crop the photo using your PC to get it to the size you like. Keep in mind that digital zooming and cropping are technically the same thing. Both lower the amount of information you are capturing, and both will reduce the overall quality of the photo when you print it. I recommend Preclick's photo organizer (for Windows). It is free and can be downloaded from www.preclick.com.

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