Question about Olympus Evolt E510 Digital Camera
This depends what mode you are in. The camera if set to AUTO, will compensate for exposure if there is not enough light (shooting inside, morning, evening) or your flash is off. Also OLYMPUS related cameras that with the IMAGE STABILIZATION for most point-and-shoot and UZ models use a digital image stabilization method where they up the ISO to compensate for handheld/low light movement. So make sure you are not in the mode with the HANDS, THE RUNNER, CANDLE, NIGHTIME, or in one of the guidance modes.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
Is it a pocket camera where the lens in internal? that would explain some of it.
Go into your menu and look up ISO and make sure its not set to anything above 400 if you are worried about digital grain or noise.
for the sharpest image you should have it set to the lowest speed setting.
hope that helps,
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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