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How do i get shallow depth of field on my polaroid i830?

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Low number on the F stop, wide open, fast shutter, for wide depth, small opening, slower shutter. On your particular camera the menu may help, or the manual.

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Depth of field is the characteristic of how much of, or how deeply, the...


Depth of field is the characteristic of how much of, or how deeply, the photograph is in focus. If the main subject is in focus but the foreground and background are blurred, the photo is said to have a shallow depth of field. if most of the photo is in focus, including the foreground and background, the photo is said to have a wide depth of field.

Depth of field is controlled by the aperture setting:

- A wide aperture setting (indicated by a low f-stop number) will provide shallow depth of field, resulting in the main subject being in focus and the foreground and background being blurry. This setting is particularly useful when taking portraits or when using a macro lens.

- A narrow aperture setting (indicated by a higher f-stop number) will provide wider depth of field, resulting in the entire photo being in focus. This setting is particularly useful when taking landscape or wide-angle photographs.

The photographs below are examples of how the same subject will photograph using different aperture settings. Note that as the aperture closes, which will allow less light to reach the image sensor, the shutter speed gets faster to produce the appropriate exposure.



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on Jan 08, 2011 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W50 Digital Camera

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Have you misplaced your Polaroid i830 Owners Manual?

Would you like a digital, searchable, pdf version of the Polaroid i830 Users Guide?

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to download a pdf version of the operations manual.

I hope that helps.

on Apr 24, 2010 | Polaroid i830 Digital Camera

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My camera has been focusing fine through the viewfinder and on live view but when i capture the picture mostly everything goes into clear focus. My camera never used to do this until recently so I have...


The only way to see the depth of field is to press the DOF button near the lens mount when looking through the viewfinder. Of course, make sure your aperture is nice and wide (lower number) as well.

Aug 07, 2013 | Canon EOS 600D Rebel T3i Digital Camera

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Sporadic shallow depth of field


Hello Peter, The camera is in need of service / repair, not a user fix on this, sorry.

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Im knew at this and i want to know how to take say like a picture of a flower and zoom in so it focuses on one part of it, and blurry in the back ground how do i do that with the nikon coolpix L110?


That's called depth of field and what you're looking for is a shallow depth of field. This is achieved by using a wide aperture (an F stop of 5.6 or lower). I'm not too familiar with the L110 but you may achieve this with the Scene Mode "close up" which is available on your camera.

Jan 21, 2011 | Nikon Coolpix L110 Digital Camera

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Can A Polaroid i830 be used as a webcam? If yes then how do i make it work


No. the i830 is designed to store images (and videos) to memory, not to stream live video to another device.

Sep 23, 2010 | Polaroid i830 Digital Camera

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I'm using my Nikon coolpix 8700 to take photos of museum objects so the photos need to be of a fairly high standard, but the photos are coming out just slightly out of focus. Where am I going wrong? Thanks


If these are close up photos, the depth of field will be shallow. You need to raise the ISO to force the camera to close down the aperture and increase the depth of field. Also, the use of a tripod or monopod will greatly increase your chances of taking a sharp picture.

May 17, 2010 | Nikon Coolpix 8700 Digital Camera

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Need manual


Hello,
Here is the link to the i series. Click on your model and download user guide.

http://products.polaroid.com/products/category/1848.0.61254.61256.0.0.0

Hope it helps.

Sep 12, 2009 | Polaroid i830 Digital Camera

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I need a driver for my camera it is a i830 polaroid digatl camera


Hi,
Have a look at this. Might help. (It is detail given on polaroid's website)

Jan 27, 2009 | Polaroid i830 Digital Camera

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