Question about Sony Mavica MVC-FD95 Digital Camera
I have a 95 and will try to answer some of your questions as will all the other wonderful people at this forum. You should first consult the "learn" section of this forum, to the left, on the main page. There is a wealth of information there. Secondly, you should try to give a many specifics as possible as many of us have been, or are still going through, the learning process. Lastly, try to post any images that you are having trouble with on this or the samples page and you will be pleasantly surprised at the amount of constructive criticizm that you will get. If you can, try to print your images off your printer as monitor qualities vary, and judge your shots fom that prospective. Also, practice, practice, practice. That is the real way to get the most out of this exciting hobby. Try to the same subject under the same lighting conditions using as many different settings as you can. Try to use a tripod if possible, and write down your settings so you can see the effects. The most important piece of advice given to me is DTFM, or read the [email protected]#$%%^&&* manual. Additionally, I printed out the review on the FD95 from http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/FDP.HTM and carry it in my camera bag as a "second " manual and find it more helpful than Sony's. Most of all, Have Fun.
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