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  • Anonymous Oct 30, 2008

    grainy pics

  • Neilio84 Dec 11, 2008

    I bought my FujiFilm FinePix S5700 a year and ago and it's been NOTHING but trouble.

    Yes, the pics are OK with a flash but if you like dramatic lighting like me and don't fancy using that facility then you're in trouble. The viewfinder presents a grainy image and when you shoot a pic without a flash the picture too will be grainy. I've tampered with the ISO and played around with the settings countless times but with no avail. This camera was supposed to be a step up from my old, battered Sony but because it produces such hideous pics I've had no choice but to go back to my old one (which has since broke). At university my final major project was ruined thanks to not being able to blow up images taken with this so-called camera to a large scale for my degree show. So as you can see I've lost out on a lot.

    Chances are this is faulty. But can anyone give me any advice as a last hope?? Now I have new projects on the go I REALLY don't wanna bugger up again. Thanks in advance.

    Just for the record:
    - FujiFilm FinePix S5700
    - ISO setting of 400
    - Without flash (though with flash can show some graininess too)
    - Inside shots (usually)

  • awparran Dec 13, 2008

    I was using my flash and when I downloaded that pictures, I noticed that they were grainy

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