Question about Canon PowerShot A630 Digital Camera
EVEN THOUGH THE FLASH GOES OFF, MY INTERIOR PHOTOS ARE STILL DARK AND GRAINY. I HAVE TRIED RESETTING CAMERA TO ORIGINAL DEFAULT SETTINGS. DID NOT WORK. MY CAMERA IS OUT OF WARRANTY.
ANY IDEAS??? PEGGY VICKERS
Regardless of the camera make/model... dark, grainy photos are usually a result of a lighting problem. Looking at the specs for your camera, the flash is only speced for 4m. If you are shooting near or above this you might have trouble. I ended up using an external flash that is triggered by sensing the cameras flash. Pretty inexpensive and pics ar 10x better. Try a local camera shop or B&H Photo (NYC) is where I got mine set up on line.
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