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Zeke

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Kampong, I'm using Ixus S330

Can give some suggestions on setting to improve sharpness?
 

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Blurrish may be....i took the shot at ard 9pm by hand. Got slight difficulty in getting it focus.
 

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Originally posted by Zeke


Alrite. Tks for the advice. :)

Anything else?
Added with my experience ( a newbie ) the difference for with and without tripod is very significant.... ..
 

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What is the ISO setting, shutter speed and f-stop? The image is quite noisy.
This one is set to ISO400. The rest can't remember...

Noisy ??? Ermm....how do u consider that?? I only heard two 'clicks'....
 

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Originally posted by Zeke


This one is set to ISO400. The rest can't remember...

Noisy ??? Ermm....how do u consider that?? I only heard two 'clicks'....
Not noise as in sound.
Go here to find out what noise means:
Noise

Basically its the spots that appear in an image. For digital cameras, when the exposure is long and/or when the ISO settings is high, the image is more susceptible to noise.

I suggest you use a viewer such as ACDSEE to view images. From this viewer, you can view properties of the image like ISO, exposure, f-stop. All camera settings are captured in the image. You just need a tool to get it.
 

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Originally posted by maddog


Not noise as in sound.
Go here to find out what noise means:
Noise

Basically its the spots that appear in an image. For digital cameras, when the exposure is long and/or when the ISO settings is high, the image is more susceptible to noise.

I suggest you use a viewer such as ACDSEE to view images. From this viewer, you can view properties of the image like ISO, exposure, f-stop. All camera settings are captured in the image. You just need a tool to get it.
Oops...:embrass: Pls excuse me, I'm really newbie on this but gettin to hook on it liao...:p

I'll try the ACDSEE viewer, tks md. :)
 

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