Question about Cameras
Well most digital camera's tend to be sensitive for any movement during the auto focus and taking the picture .. depenidng form light (the more light the quicker the camera usually can respond) and eventually a stabelizer programme (shaking hand on a jog dial or a setup option. If the digital camera can use a macro mode check if it is off, otherwhise only the things near the lens will be good and the rest is blurry and fuzy , chaeck if the aparture can be set , for example if the lens is a 1:3.5 use a Apature 4 or 4.5 than image should be sharp , set the camera to auto mode, and believe me even the lightest movement can be fatal..
Posted on May 26, 2008
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