Question about Jazz DV-179 Digital Camera
On the front of this camera there are three different options that you select my turning the lens. Pictures may turn out fuzzy if you have the lens turned so that the notch lines up with the flower. This is called macro mode and purposely makes objects that are a certain distance away blurry, so that say, if you were taking a picture of a flower, the main focus of the picture would be the flower, and not the background. For people you would change it to the person if they were not to far away, and if you were taking a picture of something like a mountain in the distance you would change it to the mountain thing. That would be my best explanation anyways.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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