I was dinning with some friends and i was recording the moment, and that time the camera was fine. I turned it off and put it into my bag that was in the floor. The camera was fine, it was between my foots, but at the moment i turned it on again (5 minutes after) the image (on lcd screen & viewfinder) was very colorfull and grainy, like if the exposure was on it maximun, and the infrared on all the time.
I pushed all the buttons on the camera trying to restore the image to where it was, i even tried reseting the camera and nothing happened. The image was like red, blue, green, and grainy. I think it's a problem with the lense or something.
I'll apreciatte any help from you guys, because honestly, I don't know what to do anymore.
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I tried performing a reset on one of our S230 cameras here in our shop. The default setting is 10 megapixels, so the image quality should be good. My test shot turned out fine. Check the front of your lens to ensure that it is not fingerprinted or otherwise dirty. If that doesn't appear to be the case, you just might have a "dud" of a camera. In that case, find your bill of sale and get it in for a warranty repair.
Mke sure not to shoot towards the sun when outdoors. When indoors, control the ISO manually, do not let the camera decide, because the camera will always choose the highest ISO setting, and this is the most 'grainy', containing the most digital noise. Try to choose either 100 or 200. This should help with your problems...
Hey missy0528, There are a few reasons your images might be grainy, one of which is your image quality is set to low. I would always have the camera set to the highest resolution possible, because you can always reduce the size of an image but you can never make it bigger. Another cause of grainy images in digital cameras is the sensitivity of the camera (ISO) is set to high. Since you are only seeing grainy images when you use the zoom the reason for the grainy images is most likely do to using the digital zoom. All a digital zoom does is crop the image much as you can do in some computer applications, and by doing this you greatly reduce your image quality. I would never use a digital zoom. Your camera has a 5x optical zoom and a 5.6x digital zoom. I would only use the optical zoom. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
This sounds like a jammed shutter. There is a very delicate assembly inside your lens which blocks light from the image sensor at the moment you snap the picture in order for it to be able to record what it was seeing at that very moment. Normally after the sensor has finished recording the image the shutter will re-open allowing you to compose another image. If you see the icons and text as you would expect, but do not see any image - this shutter jam is the most likely cause. This assembly is so delicate that even slight impacts, condensation, or contamination from dust or dirt can cause the shutter to not open after it has shut resulting in a black image at all times.
The shutter will sometimes clear itself and begin functioning again, but usually it requires disassembly and manual re-setting. Due to the complexity of the lens assembly in this camera (because of the anti-shake features) you will need to send the camera to the manufacturer if you wish to get this problem fixed.
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Full size image: Approximately 48 seconds for Super Fine images, 5 seconds for Fine, 2 seconds for Standard, 1.5 sec for Economy Half size image: Approximately 12 seconds for Super fine images, 1.8 second for Fine, 1.5 second for Standard, 1.3 second for Economy. The recording time may vary according to the scenes.
When you press the “T” zoom button, the image in the viewfinder will become closer. However, since the D-435 uses a digital zoom, the lens doesn't physically zoom, it takes the existing image and enlarges your image using an electronic program. This can result in a “noisy” or “grainy” look to the image, which is normal when using the digital zoom.
When you press the “T” zoom button, the image in the viewfinder will become closer. However, since the D-435 uses a digital zoom, the lens doesn't physically zoom, it takes the existing image and enlarges your image using an electronic program. This can result in a “noisy” or “grainy” look to the image. This normal when using the digital zoom.