That is about as clear as I can get. I put the camera in the display mode that uses the viewing screen on the camera. It used to show a meter when I got past the normal zoom and into digital zoom. Now it no longer goes into the digital zoom.
I did have the CF card problem which I solved by resetting the camera back to factory settings and it has taken 1000+ pictures with no problem except for the zoom.
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Digital zoom is in the menu and must be turned on to activate it. When you use the zoom it takes 2 opperations to function. First opperation is to zoom all the way in then the camera should stop. This is the limit of the optical zoom. Then you let off the zoom button, and hit it again and then the digital zoom will start.
Digital zoom is just a gimic if you learn how it works its not doing anything different then you can do in photoshop.
All digital zoom is doing is like cropping.
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In either mode, you're zooming by turning the zoom ring on the lens? In live view mode, if you zoom in by pressing the magnifying glass button, all you're doing is zooming the display, not the image itself.
I do not know any solution so far but try this if you want to use your camera like normal:
1. While in view/gallery mode, press and hold the view/gallery mode button. 2. press the shutter halfway. it should take you to shooting mode. remember to hold the view/gallery mode button. 3. use the camera as normal as long as you do not let go of the button.
to go to view/gallery mode: just press the shutter button halfway from shoot mode without pressing other buttons.
The zoom button merely zooms in on the display. It magnifies a portion of the picture so you can get a better look at what you're about to photograph. LiveView or otherwise, if you want to zoom, you have use the zoom ring on your lens (assuming you're using a zoom lens in the first place, of course).
It is not very easy to say few lines to tutor ,but learn to use only by experience.Put the battery on for charging.Once fully charged slide the power switch to camera.Open the lens cap ,open the view finder display.Now you can see the picture on your screen.Set the camera to auto focus.show the camera to a white screen so as to white balance the camera.Now point at an object and do a trial Zooming using the auto zoom with your finger.The image will come closer and you can draw it to white screen.Having an object in view on the white screen,press the record button.Slowly move the zoom forward to get the right frame of the object.Press reccording button once again to stop.Repeat the process on different scenes.
Now shift the mode switch to play and rewind and play the reccorded portion.Practice.
This may help you, try using the Preview feature on the LCD screen. The LCD screen Preview feature was not used to take a picture in
Close-Up mode. Always use the Preview feature in Close-Up mode to
confirm focus and to frame the subject properly. If the Preview feature
is not used, the LCD will not display an accurate view of the subject.
First of all, the live view mode will work only in creative zones, that is from mode P. P, Tv, Av, M modes. Put the camera into one of these modes and push the Set button that is located behind the camera, amidst the four direction buttons, and you're live! Also note that to autofocus here, you should use the zoom minus button, a button with a star beside it.
Press the "T" for telephoto and get closer to the subject. Optical telephoto zoom is like using a telescope to get closer to the subject before taking the picture. With optical Telephoto zoom you can maintain the full resolution and quality.
After you have used all of the optical Telephoto range, the camera will continue to enhance the image with Digital Zoom. This enhances the image inside the camera by reducing the resolution and expanding fewer pixels to fill the same image space.
Use the "W" Wide-angle button to back-up away from the subject or get a bigger area into your picture.
You can even ZOOM IN on a picture in the playback mode for a better look at the details. Turn the Mode Dial to Playback, then press the "T". Use the Enter button to move around the display area.
Press the middle of the ENTER KEY to see your images in thumbnail view and / or scroll through several images at one time to find a specific / special image quickly.
The D-630 has a 3x optical zoom and a 4x seamless digital zoom. In order to use the digital zoom, press the OK/MENU button on the back of the camera. Press the right arrow key to access the Mode Menu. The first setting under the CAMERA tab is DIGITAL ZOOM. Press the right arrow key to highlight this setting and then press again to select ON. Press the OK/MENU button to set the DIGITAL ZOOM to remain ON. When you press the zoom button with the T on it, a zoom indicator will display on the right side of the LCD. The W represents a wider area of view as you zoom out, and the T represents telephoto as you zoom closer to the subject. When the zoom indicator is in the red zone, you are using the digital portion of the zoom. images taken in the digital zoom will appear “noisy” or “grainy” which is normal when using the DIGITAL ZOOM.