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Unsteady camera, fuzzy photos

Are you answering my question, or providing an answer from a bank of answers previously given to other people?

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  • Steve Hoglund
    Steve Hoglund Aug 10, 2008

    Simple: Because my question was rephrased at your end!

  • Steve Hoglund
    Steve Hoglund Aug 10, 2008

    "Are you answering my question, or providing an answer from a bank of answers previously given to other people?"



    Because the question above was NOT the way I phrased it!

  • Steve Hoglund
    Steve Hoglund Aug 10, 2008

    It's not me. It's the way FixYa posts our chat. When I look at all the comments back and forth, I sound confusing to myself! How do I upload an odd photo I got from Vivitar?

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    Steve Hoglund Aug 25, 2008

    I have been unable to access my emails for two weeks, so I am just now following up from your last response. In the meantime, I have learned to use the Vivitar Camera Binocular except for one aspect: determining the optimum DISTANCE from the traget subject. This seems to be a factor partly of BRIGHT LIGHT (the most imporant single variable) but not entirely. Any suggestions on determining the best distance? Thank you!

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Im answering your questions myself

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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  • Ekse Aug 09, 2008

    Im curious.. how do you feel that my answers are canned?

    Id like to know what made you think that.



    Thanks,

    Ekse

  • Ekse Aug 10, 2008

    Your not makeing much sense to me.



    In responce to your question



    Reply to Informatica; Have you ever used the Vivitar Camera Binocular? It is very small and extremely difficult to maneuver while trying to depress the tiny shutter button!



    I posted you:

    Comment by Ekse, posted on Aug 09, 2008
    Well as you have noticed.. the product is pretty poor and hard to use.. I would suggest buying a better camera I know you wont like the suggestion but still theres not much we can do about it.

    http://cameras.about.com/od/digitalcamer...

  • Ekse Aug 10, 2008

    If you want to upload a photo into these pages, first you need to make sure the filesize is not more than 150kb



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