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    Default Need Advice For Concert Settings

    Hi guys, wondering if u guys could help me.
    I need to know what settings u guys would use for concert type of settings, no flash.
    From position urself down to even what ISO i should use.

    thanks

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    you are using your F707 right?

    Use the largest aperture, spot-metering, and an ISO high enough to give your a shutter-speed of at least 1/125s, or as high as what your camera can offer, whichever comes first.

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    Originally posted by Tweek
    you are using your F707 right?

    Use the largest aperture, spot-metering, and an ISO high enough to give your a shutter-speed of at least 1/125s, or as high as what your camera can offer, whichever comes first.
    ok ok cool, but will using ISO400(highest for 707) give alot of Noise when the pics come out?

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    Originally posted by eadwine


    ok ok cool, but will using ISO400(highest for 707) give alot of Noise when the pics come out?
    you can try to take a few indoor shots now at ISO400 without flash and see the noise level lor. For most non-pro digicams, the noise level is pretty high. But you can use noise-reduction softwares to tone it down after that, and the noise will just reduce to grains, a bit like using ISO400 film.

    I've tried ISO400 and 800 with my c700uz with noise-reduction after that, the results are quite acceptable.

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    Originally posted by Tweek
    you are using your F707 right?

    Use the largest aperture, spot-metering, and an ISO high enough to give your a shutter-speed of at least 1/125s, or as high as what your camera can offer, whichever comes first.
    Shutter priority would be a better idea here.

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    Default hmmm

    is there any FREE noise reduction software???
    I think i did download this software sometime back...but supposing my picture just looks grainy...i can do anything about it can i??

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    if u can find then tell me too...looking for this kind of software too.....

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