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During filming receptions when bands or djs have lights fore some reason I get unwanted strong picture posterization effect. It's on and off. Can't figure out what is the reason. Please help !

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When strong light comes, camera aparture try to control light amount. I think thats the reason of picture distortion in your camera.

Posted on May 29, 2008

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    There is an button named Back-Light, On it while shooting in strong lights.

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Takes great day pictures. Night photos all I can see is eyes and not what it is. Have taken the batteries out a couple of times to reset it.


You need to either take images in good light or turn the flash on. Flash will give you a reasonable image at 10 to 15 feet. Also look in settings to see if you can alter the speed of the 'film'. Sensitivity is measured in ASA. The higher the ASA the more sensitive the 'film' becomes to light. 400 ASA or 800 ASA would be good. Modern DSLR Cameras will go up to 18,000 ASA

Taking the batteries out will do nothing to help you :>)

Feb 06, 2016 | Digital Cameras

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When pictures are taken outside during the day they are unclear with some white horizontal lines and when taken indoors its ok.tried everything the manual said but still no changes


White shadow or white lines may occur if the light was too bright when you take the picture, especially in strong sun light. Have you turn off the flash light when you taking those picture ? If you haven't, then you should try to turn off your camera flash light manually. And I must remind you not to take a picture with your lens faced the sun light or other light (lamp etc) directly. Even if you take a picture outdoors, try to make your lens shaded by something, you can even use your own shadow to shade them.

Hope this help and be kind to rate please.
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Jan 08, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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PICTURE QUALITY


hi,
you had asked for the reasons for the difference between indoor and outdoor photos. Here is the simple solution. you have to change the light settings to your preference in your camera according to the environment.
for an instance if you are standing in an open air space then please follow the sequence of options

  1. press menu while the camera is on and when you are reading to take a photograph.
  2. scroll down for the options stating "Light settings". (it could be found with the pictorial representation of light glowing)
  3. press "ok" and enter to find the several options for the environment you have including "fluorescent light", "incandescent light" etc.
  4. choose the option and you will be able to have a clear picture according to the surroundings.
also please note that you can change the light settings to automatic during which the picture's light effect will be optimal for all conditions.
thanks, have a nice day. hope your question is answered and solved.


Feb 09, 2010 | Canon PowerShot A430 Digital Camera

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Pictures apear blurry


there are many reasons for blurry pictures: unsteady hand, you have selected to slow a picture speed, there is not enough light in the room. make sure the camera is on auto and there is sufficient light. try taking your photos outside during the day to test the camera.

Nov 11, 2009 | Canon PowerShot S5 IS Digital Camera

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My olympus stylus 770 SW digital camera pictures during day time are so bright..what should i do?


Lower the ISO sensitivity to around 200 or 400.
That's like film speed... the lower the ISO the less sensitive it is to light.
[Menu]
[Sensitivity]
(down arrow) to 200 or 400...

What is is set on? 3200??

Sep 30, 2009 | Olympus Stylus 770 SW Digital Camera

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Pictures come out dark when we take at night or in a dark area...even when flash on


It might depend on what distance you expect the flash to travel in order to light the subject. How many times havbe you benn to outdoor cocerts and seen flashes going off Many of those pics are goin to be dark because the flash is unlikely to reach that distance to be effective and the only light available to the sensor is the ambient light.

You need to observe what settings the camera reports like F numbers and speed numbers 1/30 1/60 at 1/60 and below the flash is activated and the aperture might be F16 the rule of thumb is higher the number smaller the hole, which with flash this setting would be ok

if it goes to F4 5 or even 8 it may be too restictive and cause under exposure.
The ISO setting is also helpful to understand here to The ISO is like the old film speed number ASA 100 daylight film ASA 400 is more sensitive to low light so change your ISO (ASA) setting to a higher number and see if that helps you take a better picture

Cheers

Jul 30, 2009 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T33 Digital Camera

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Shutter speed


Did You ever use a SLR back in the stone age when all we had was film?
Film was/is rated with a ISO number, the higher the number the faster the film.
Fast film had fewer and larger grains of silver iodide, (the particles that changed tone, color etc.when exposed to light), therefore it took less light to take a picture.

The down side was a increase in grain. Large grains meant that blow ups, 8x10, 11x14, posters, etc were not as sharp,
as with slow ( low ISO film)
Most outdoor photos had plenty of light so the film had more grains ( high ISO) to capture the available light, and the result was a much sharper image.

Portrait photography used very very slow film ( your 50 ISO setting) but in a studio you had all the artificial lighting you needed, so your portrait came out with very fine detail.

Now the FE-280 does not have a shutter setting, but we can compensate by changing the ISO setting, and the overall effect will be.
Fastest= 1600 ISO for very little light and poorest picture quality.
Slowest=50 ISO for plenty of light and the highest picture quality

200 ISO was the most popular because it worked well outdoors and indoors with a flash, with very good overall picture quality.

400 ISO was a good choice for gloomy days and medium lighting conditions.

Your ISO settings on the FE-280 will have a similar effect.
My best advice is to play around with the different settings until you develop a knack for it, we used to use light meters and a lot of guesswork, quite expensive when you had to buy film and pay for processing.

OK enough history. heres how....
Turn dial to (P) PROGRAMAUTO
Press (MENU)
The camera menu in center is bracketed, Press (OK)
Scroll down one bar on the on screen menu to (ISO)
Press (OK)
Scroll up or down to desired ISO
Press (OK)
TAH DA !

All other functions will be automatic or any other setting that you might choose..
If you change the dial and later go back again to (P) it will retain your selected ISO setting, which is displayed, on screen.

I hope I was help full, and you enjoy some of the special effects that you will now be able try.
By the way... good taste in cameras.
Best regards, Paul

May 18, 2008 | Olympus FE-280 Digital Camera

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SOMEBODY GAVE ME A NEW VIVITAR HC 2000 FOCUS FREE CAMERA, JUST GOT SOME FILM, KODAK 800 35mm,is any of this compatible?


Yes, the film and cameara compatible.

With point and shoot cameras you need to be a bit more careful about the type of film you choose. The Higher the number, the more sensitive it is to light.

If you are going to be shooting outdoors in bright sunshine, a 100 or 200 film is preferable. 400 and 800 films are better suited to indoors or low-light conditions. This doesn't mean that you can't use a 800 film outdoors, but if you do the pictures might be a bit over-exposed which will result in the colours looking a bit washed out when you get your pictures back.Likewise, if you use a 100 film indoors or at night, the pictures can look a bit dark.

Happy snapping!

Matt

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Canon power a 510 features not working other than taking pictures.


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Sony Cybershot D40


Ceremony meaning - inside church/hall -yes Insufficient light therefore long exposure in the auto setting. You should have moved up the ASA setting a couple perhaps

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