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How do you set it so it takes pictures on motion, not perodicaly

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When you are in set-up mode, make sure TIMER is OFF.

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My game camera keeps taking pictures every minute even if there is no motion


You have it set on 'Time Lapse'. Just switch it to 'Motion'.

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Picture comes out blurry


There are three main reasons for blurry pictures.
Pictures may come out blurry if they're not focused properly. If some objects are sharp and others are not, this may indicate focusing on the wrong subject. This is usually not a major problem with compact point&shoot cameras since they have such a wide field of focus that almost everything will be in focus anyway.
Subject motion. If moving objects blur while stationary objects remain sharp then the shutter speed is too slow to freeze the motion. Try switching to the sports mode, and/or add more light.
Camera motion. This is the most common cause. Set your camera on a table or other stable surface and use the self-timer to take a picture. Take another one while holding the camera. Compare the two on your computer.

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How do you take a picture of a fast movement?


It depends on the effect you want.
  • To freeze motion, you need either a fast shutter speed, or a fast flash in a dark environment. In less than bright light you may not be able to get a fast enough shutter speed to stop the action. Increasing the camera's sensitivity to light by increasing the ISO will help some.
  • You can blur the motion by using a slower shutter speed and a stable camera. Set a slow shutter speed and put the camera on a tripod or other stable surface, and you can get things like streaking car taillights and star trails. How slow a shutter speed depends on the speed of the subject.
  • You can pan with the subject. Move the camera with the subject, and keep it moving even while the display blanks out while taking the picture. This will keep the subject sharper while blurring the background to lend a sense of motion to the picture.
  • It's either to freeze motion if the subject is moving straight toward or away from you than if it's moving across your field of vision.

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Why are my pictures coming out blurry?


There are three main reasons for blurry pictures.
Pictures may come out blurry if they're not focused properly. If some objects are sharp and others are not, this may indicate focusing on the wrong subject. This is usually not a major problem with compact point&shoot cameras since they have such a wide field of focus that almost everything will be in focus anyway. However, make sure the macro/far switch is set to the appropriate position for your picture.
Subject motion. If moving objects blur while stationary objects remain sharp then the shutter speed is too slow to freeze the motion. Try switching to the sports mode, and/or add more light.
Camera motion. This is the most common cause. Set your camera on a table or other stable surface and use the self-timer to take a picture. Take another one while holding the camera. Compare the two on your computer.

Jun 12, 2010 | Vivitar ViviCam 8025 Digital Camera

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I keep geting avery fuzzy pic


this is a low resolution camera, so its results may appear fuzzy, escesially if viewed on a higher resolution display/device.
try this: set the camera on a stationary surface and take a picture of a static scene, taking care not to move the camera at all while it captures the image. if this looks better than the photos in question then the issue is camera motion ( or available light or motion in the scene) while taking pictures. if it is similar to others then probably the low resolution is not sufficient for your expectations/needs.

Dec 24, 2009 | Sakar 24280/24282 Digital Camera

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Blurry action pictures


The sport setting uses a faster shutter speed to stop motion. However, if you have the ISO set to a low number and try to take action shots in dim light, they will be blurry. Either use auto ISO or use a higher number such as 400 or 800.

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I AM GETTING MULTIPLE PICTURES WHEN I DEPRESS THE BUTTON TO TAKE PICTURES. IS THERE A SETTING I HAVE UNKNOWINGLY SET IN MOTION?


Yes may be,
Check the settings for "Burst Mode" in your Cam, it will be under main settings menu. Turn it off, if the problem prevails better backup all the pics/videos and then Reset the Camera.

If helpfull, kindly do Rank.

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Jul 17, 2009 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1 Digital Camera

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Service Pack problem


******************************************************************* VideoCam Suite 2.0 *******************************************************************
[Table of contents] 1. Notes about operating environment 2. Notes about operation
<><><> 1. Notes about operating environment <><><>
1. [Important] Adobe Acrobat(R) Reader 5.0 or later or Adobe(R) Reader(R) 7.0 or later is required to read the operation manual or the help information on your PC. Get the license for using the operation manual before reading it.
2. AC adapters are recommended when using a notebook PC or a HDD/SD video camera with the VideoCam Suite. If a battery pack is used to power the HDD/SD video camera or the notebook while recording or previewing motion pictures or still pictures, they may not be recorded, previewed, or copied to the PC Hard drive properly.
3. Standard configurations must be used for the fonts and screen settings for Windows(R). Depending on the settings, characters may not display properly.
4. It is impossible to use VideoCam Suite simultaneously with other motion picture editing software or video capture products. Note that this software may not function properly if software with a timer recording feature in the background is running.
5. This software will function properly only when the system time is set to a value within the following range. From 0:00 on January 1, 1970, to 23:59 on December 31, 2037 If the system time is set to a value outside the range listed above, the software may not start or function properly.

<><><> 2. Notes about operation <><><>
1. After installing/uninstalling the application, a dialog box is displayed notifying the user that the system needs to be restarted. Make sure to restart the system to complete the installation/uninstallation.
2. This software can handle only motion pictures and still pictures recorded by this software or the Panasonic video camera packed together with this software. This software cannot process motion pictures and still pictures recorded by any other video cameras, DVD recorders, software, commercial DVD video, or commercial BD video.
3. User privileges for this software - It can be used by only a user with administrative privileges for Windows(R) XP and Windows(R) 2000. - It cannot be used by the Guest users in Windows Vista(R)
4. While recording, if motion pictures cannot be recorded properly for any reason, follow the procedures described in the operation manual to restart the Windows system. Motion pictures may not be recorded properly if any other application software is used while recording the motion pictures. Close all other application software and any resident programs, such as virus scanning software. We recommend closing all other applications and resident programs, such as virus scanning programs, before starting this software. While recording motion pictures on a DVD disc/SD card do not execute the following operation since it may disturb proper recording and destroy the DVD disc/SD card. - Turn off or restart the PC or DVD/SD - Switch users or log-off - Change the screen settings - Use the power saving functions, such as the screen saver, sleep, standby, and pause. - Close this application by force
5. To record motion pictures on a DVD disc or an SD card, check that the motion pictures can be recorded properly. After checking that motion pictures are recorded properly, delete the original motion pictures from the PC Hard drive.
6. When the edited motion picture is output in MPEG-2 format, some scenes may not be generated completely in MPEG-2, and some parts of frames may be shifted or omitted.
7. When motion pictures are copied from a DVD-VR formatted DVD disc to the PC Hard drive, data other than motion pictures cannot be copied.
8. Do not modify or delete any files or folders related to this software. Otherwise, the software may not function properly.
9. This software can only process DVD-Video discs recorded by this software. This software cannot properly process DVD-Video discs recorded by any other DVD authoring software.
10. This software cannot process motion pictures or DVD discs/SD cards that are copyright protected.

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THE LCD SCREEN IS BLACK AND I CANT TAKE A PICTURE. BUT I CAN STILL VIEW MY PICS. THE CAMERA GOES THRU ALL THE MOTIONS LIKE IT IS TAKING A PICTURE BUT IT IS JUST COMING UP BLACK.


The LCD screen is black and I can't tace picture. But I can still view my pics. The camera goes thru all the motions like it is taking a picture but it is just coming up black.

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Check the Manual or the Sony web site to get an understanding of Multi burst You could simply type Multiburst in your search engine. I gather it is a series of individual still s that play sequentially, but check it out.

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