I played alot on my camera today.
I think it is the skills of setting the configuration that is very important.
And thats part of the reason why I'm not getting satisfactory results initially.
My next step would be to shoot more outdoor, so that i can learn the harsh envt and set the settings quickly inorder not to miss anything beautiful.
Btw just a quick check...
wat is the best min speed of shutter to counter handheld shake?
Last edited by sin77; 9th August 2007 at 05:50 PM.
My best handheld shutter speed's 1/60, slower than dat I need support. maybe ya can take tat same shot at 1/8.
Practise ya handheld shutter speed to improve it.
Sorry hah , how can your cam be lousy..read the specs?
The S5700 is an upgrade to last year’s best-selling long zoom camera, the S5600, which was voted by the EISA* as the 'European Zoom camera of 2006-07'. The S5700 is improved in many respects, and is likely to take the long zoom ‘crown’ once again this year.
This specially-designed Fujinon optic gives you a zoom range of 38 mm to 380 mm, or 10 times magnification
The lens is tuned to give great macro results with a closest focussing range of 1 cm.
Fuji's Picture Stabilisation mode
7.1m pixel sensor
..the list goes on.... pfft