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Aperture so i have been reading up on the effects of aperture..meaning the ability for a camera to have fous on the front part of the picture and it gradually gets blurring further into the pic...does my camera have this and if so how can i adjust it?

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Hello,

On digital cameras you set the camera to Aperture priority and then use your spin dial to set the lowest aperture possible and let the camera set the shutter speed.

In basic terms, the lower the aperture number the shorter depth of the vision field that will be in focus. This is called Depth of Field.

If your camera doesn't have an Aperture priority, usually a capital A on the program dial, you are a bit out of luck... that said, almost all cameras today have this feature. Yours may also be accessed by setting the program dial to Closeup or Portrait mode where the camera will use a short Depth of Field to blur out the background.

Hope that helped of fixed your dilemma.
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Posted on May 21, 2008

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