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Why don't my images look like the Best Shot Mode sample images?

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Re: Why don't my images look like the Best Shot Mode...

Selecting a Best Shot Mode image automatically sets up the camera with the recommended settings for recording the image.

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The H50 doesn't have a manual focus mode. The best you can do for close-ups is to switch to one of the Macro modes. Press left on the control button (marked with a blooming flower) repeatedly to select the desired mode. See page 18 in your manual for full details.

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Are you in manual mode (and not auto) when trying to select continuous or best shot? Try lowering the image resolution also.

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White lines


defective image processor. use in continuous mode, but take only 1 shot. may not be expensive to fix. not user serviceable, and not something you can't live with if you can take images in cont mode.
consider having it evaluated by the factory and getting a quote for repair if it bothers you not being able to shoot in single shot mode.
nikon does seem to have more trouble than most in their non-premium products.
good luck
mark

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Accessing Continuous Mode


Some details first...
  • The continous icon looks like multiple papers stacked on top of each other (in contrast the normal icon for single shot is a square box with an S in it so you can get it back to normal)
  • The camera takes shots at 1.5 frames per second, or about three frames every two seconds for image size of 2272x1704.
  • The shutter-release button has to be held down
  • Continuous is not available in HI image quality
  • Shooting will slow when memory buffer fills.
Setting to continuous...
  • Put your camera in P, S, A, or M mode.
    • I suggest P mode, this is for Program mode and does everything as Auto does, but allows you to override settings (except Aperture and Shutter).
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  • Access the Continuous menu
  • Select the Continuous menu option, again looks like layered papers.
Please rate as FixYa! ThankYa!

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It sounds like you have the Mode switch set to the Movie position instead of the Record position. The Mode switch should be set as show on the following image:

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