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Fuzz I get what looks like fuzz on my pictures when I shoot in aperature mode. What can I do?

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Clean the lense.then lick my arse

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The screen just shows black, the lens works it flashes for pictures but all pics are black


Verify the shooting mode. Sound like you have underexposed images, maybe due to a too fast shutter speed or too small aperature...

Jan 29, 2010 | Kodak EasyShare C913 Digital Camera

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I have a dc-wpc-st531tblk-vp and the pics use to be amazing but now they are very grainy. Is there a reason and can it be fixed?


The most likely cause of this is an inadvertent change in the settings. Check to ensure that your camera is set at the highest quality setting (Megapixels). Also, look at the program modes. For regular point-and-shoot pictures, just set it on 'auto'. If it has been set on a night-shot or set to manual, the aperature and shutter speed will make the image look grainy.
Hope this helps. Good Luck!

Oct 06, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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Shutter speed actomatic change


If you move from mode to mode, the camera will remember the settings from the last time you were in that mode and reset to them. This is handy if you are in shutter priority shooting sports at a high shutter speed, and then want to take a picture of something that's not moving fast, like the crowd. You just pop it into aperature priority with a remembered settings of a higher f stop.

I use this to shoot the scoreboard, which has a fairly slow refresh rate and usually comes up blank if I shoot it at a shutter speed higher than about 1/100.

Sep 02, 2009 | Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera

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I have a code fEE. I can't shoot. What's up?


Usually means that you have a lens with the aperature in the wrong setting for use on an auto aperature camera. Look at the lens and move the aperature setting to the red marking.

Don't feel bad, this one got me for about a half a day two different times the first time I put on my new 50mm f1.8 lens. Great lens, but I'd never had an "old style" lens before.

Just for reference, if you put an old manual lens on your D80, it will show F-- in the aperature display and won't take pictures except in "M".

Sep 01, 2009 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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Nikon D50 reads [-E-] in window not viewfinder and won't shoot.


This is the error code for having a lens with manual or auto aperature adjustment in manual mode with the camera in anything other than "M". You need to put the lens in the max aperature (usually it's red) and then move the small red switch to the red dot. I don't think anything else will give you this error.

Aug 25, 2009 | Nikon D50 Digital Camera

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My photos are coming out slightly grainy in low light. Have played around with ISO and aperture etc but no luck. All modes have the same problem. Camera= canon powershot S5 I5


When you use auto mode on most point and shoot digital cameras ( which includes the F717) the camera software gets to choose aperature, shutter speed, and ISO setting. When the ISO setting is used at the faster ISOs, the images get digital 'noisy' very quickly. There is a much higher noise level in consumer digicams at the higher ISOs, because the sensor chip is much smaller than in the digital SLRs. F2.0 suggests yoiu are shooting at the maximum aperature of your lens and that the light is pretty dim.
If you learn to use your camera in the Av ( aperature preferred) mode at ISOs of 50 or 100, most of the noise you are describing will disappear. The camera should take very nice images at ISOs less than 200.

Consult your manual on aperature preferred or manul setting of the ISO speed

Nov 20, 2008 | Canon Digital Cameras

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Slow sutter speed/Lag in taking a picture


Use full auto mode or take out of Aperature priority, you may be shooting with a very small aperature setting and not know it. Also shutter priority can be set to a slow shutter speed.

Sep 24, 2008 | Fuji FinePix S5000 Digital Camera

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Canon EOS 40D aperature issue


Check the operators manual - you need to 'activate' the aperture control.

Jul 15, 2008 | Canon EOS 40D Digital Camera

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Grainy pictures


grainy pictures are possibly casued by a very high ISO (sensativity) setting, you should be on 100 or lower for best normal shots. Higher settings are for low light and custom shooting in strange lighting or aperature/shutter speeds. Try full auto setting.

Mar 03, 2008 | Canon PowerShot S3 IS Digital Camera

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Aperture priority only in manual mode?


Yes. You pick the apature (the 3000 keeps it aorund the setting you pick) and then it automaticly adjusts the speed for you.

Sep 13, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 3000Z Digital Camera

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