Question about Olympus Camedia C-2000 Zoom Digital Camera
I took quite a few pictures over the weekend. They were all indoor shots using flash. When viewed on the camera's LCD or on a TV, the shots looked quite good and I was very happy with the results, until I downloaded them into my PC. On the PC, they all look very dark. I don't think it's the monitor as I have tried viewing them on several different PCs.
Posted by Anonymous on
There are so many variables that effect your exposure. Batteries, ISO rating, shutter, aperture, etc. Remember your pictures are digital, and you should have a good graphics program to make adjustments (e.g. Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop, Photo Deluxe, etc.). I suspect your pictures are under- exposed due to weak batteries from using the flash so much. The only batteries suitable are NiMHs. NiCad or Alkalines will not cut it.
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