Question about Casio Exilim EX-Z750 Digital Camera
When taking pictures you should always have the sun behind your back. If the sun is in the picture it'll be too much for the cameras CCD. There just not as good as the human eye. If this is not the issue here for you, then it is possible that you have the ISO value set too high. For daylight pictures a setting of 125 is perfect. For action pictures at night the setting can be as high as the camera allows. Many cameras have the capability to set the ISO to 1600 or more. Be sure when setting up you digital camera you use the ISO value that's appropriate for the lighting conditions at the time. Many cameras give the option to set parameters that allow you to customize many settings for those perfect situations, and you can save those settings for use later, and they are readily available. Just remember for your basic everyday pictures, the camera is smart enough to do all the thinking for you, but only if you allow it to.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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