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Automatic picture taker..

I would like to know how to use the automatic picture taker. I lost the manual and scrolling through the different menues on the camera hasnt given anything or i cant see it. I know i have done this once with this camera but just forgot how....

By automatic picture taker i mean where the camera takes a picture for you automatically with noone behind the camera.

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Why are my pictures are blurred and have a pinkish hue


I don't know why. But if I had the camera in my hands I would check the settings. If the camera was in Automatic In the menu settings. Also how the White balance was set. It also should be in automatic.
It is great to try to achieve better pictures, by changing the settings, but the best thing to learn is to switch all settings back to automatic, when ready. So the next time you use the camera you won't get surprises.
If the quality of the pictures does not become better after you switched to automatic, you should contact a Nikon certified repair centre close to you.

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How do i tun the flash on?


Lacey,
If you don't know how, in the manual are several pictures that show how you can open the flash, by just taking it between thumb and finger and lifting it.
You can select different shooting modes, by pressing the little knob on the back with the camera logo. But when you are in auto mode, the camera will decide when the flash goes on. When you are in other modes, you can put the flash into different modes. Like automatic flash, automatic flash with red eye reduction, off, fill flash or slow sync.
This is all explained in the manual, that is still online. (Nikon has manuals of all the cameras it ever sold, online)
In the English manual, (Nikon USA) it is on page 29.

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Hi, expert, I'm a beginner. Just bought the pentax da 35mm 2.8 macro but don't know how to use it. It's so noisy and I don't know what the noise means. Help. It doesn't focus as easily as the lens that...


This lens has an automatic aperture, which is the cause of the noise you are mentioning. It's a motor constantly adjusting the diaphragm inside the lens to compensate for different lighting conditions.
Your lens also uses automatic focus, which can be sluggish with this particular lens. I would advise using the manual focus, which gives you greater control, and with enough practice, nicer looking pictures.
Good luck, and have fun!

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How delete pictures from the memory card of sd700 power shot cano


Ok. Here is how you do it. 1. Go into the Setup menu. Hit menu and scroll right to the wrench and hammer symbol. 2. Scroll down to where it says Format and press the menu button again to select it.  3. In that menu, scroll up to Low Level Format and scroll left or right to add a check mark.  4. Scroll over to OK and press Func/Set. That will erase everything. Be sure you want to!
That will do it. Let me know if I can help any further. And if your happy with my answer, rate it appropriately, and thanks for coming to FixYa.

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My camera does all the proper functions but when you look through the lense all I see is black it does not show images. I take the picture and all you see is black, because that is what is in the view...


1. lens cap. had to say it, you know that! i assume it's off.
2. settings. once i had my lumix set on a certain white balance (dial, manual, menus) , and it let in so much light that all my shots turned out completely white ( i wasnt reviewing the pictures at the time). make sure you didnt put your camera on some setting that's blocking out light. try automatic by turning the dial.
3. try to reset your camera to factory settings using the menu system. sometime you get lost on the menu system and change an important finction that completely changes what you get when you take pictures.

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Return to full auto setting


To set the camera to shoot fully automatically (camera selects f-stop, shutter speed, exposure, etc), turn to Mode Dial to the green rectangle icon, right next to the "P" on the dial.

To reset all settings to their original default settings, the procedures are on page 100 in the manual.
1. Press the Menu button and use the Jump button to go to the Setup 2 menu (far right).
2. Use the arrow keys to scroll to "Clear Settings" and press the Set button.
3. Scroll to "Clear all camera settings" and press the Set button.
4. Scroll to "OK" and press the Set button.

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Pictures too dark


The settings in Auto Mode are factory set. If you want to adjust exposure and shutter speeds then you will have to shoot in Manual Mode (TV=Shutter Priority, AV=Aperture Priority, M=Full Manual)

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Difference between the D-460 and the D-450 Zoom digital camera


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Difference between the D-460 and the D-450 Zoom digital camera


The D-460 Zoom shares the following features with the D-450 Zoom: •1.3 megapixel resolution - 1280 x 960 pixels •Olympus 5.4mm to 16.2mm (equiv. to 35mm to 105mm on a 35mm camera) lens: all-glass, 8 element, 6 groups, 2 aspherical lenses •Automatic TTL focus system •Macro mode allows the camera to auto focus as close as 8 inches •Automatic aperture selection: f2.8 to f8.0 wide, f4.4 to f12.6 tele •2x digital telephoto mode •3x image magnification inspection mode •Sequence mode: Up to 10 images at 2 frames per second intervals (SQ mode only) •Panorama mode: Allows multiple pictures to be "stitched" together to create wide views •NTSC video output to TV •12-second self timer •8 MB SmartMedia card included •Built-in, pop-up intelligent flash: Auto low & backlight, red-eye reducing, off, fill-in, slow-sync •Automatic white balance control or 4 manual settings (daylight, cloudy, tungsten light, fluorescent light) •Automatic ISO sensitivity or manual selectable ISO settings (125, 250, 500) •Uses 4 AA size batteries. AC Adapter is available as an optional accessory In addition, the D-460 Zoom has the following functions and features: •Industry standard icons for button labels and operation menus •Easy to use jog dial and button design allows easy menu navigation •2 compression ratios are now selectable in SQ mode •Selectable Sharpness: Normal or Soft •Selectable Memory Mode Setting: Reset camera settings at power-off or Retain all camera settings •2 Olympus brand CR-3V long life lithium batteries included. Provides 20-30 times the power/life of alkaline batteries

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