for nightshots, 2100uz is not much better. It boils down to understanding your camera. Azone has had much success with nightshots taken by his C700UZ, and he got useful tips for that at his website. Check it out and check out his gallery too.
relax brother...I'm not here to fight with you, nor trying to put down any camera. Like what I said in my previous post, I just want to show you what the c700uz can do.Originally posted by maddog
Looks like I need to kick some ass so let me post shots from the two cameras:
No probs. Got one more tip that azone left out: using the one-touch WB on the C700uz can result in whitish and natural-looking nightshots, compared to auto WB which makes the nightshots reddish.Originally posted by maddog
Nice shots.. So there is hope for this camera. Aiyah I'm not taking the posts seriously.. Just trying to act cute.... I will retake the shots with my friend's c700 at labrador park again with the recommended night shot settings.
Heh.. I saw ur website and we have some similar shots...Originally posted by Blitz
Agree....those shots, especially the last few, are almost quite exaggerating (as in the noise levels) Think the digicam must be very hot at the time liao
I will always try to turn off my digicam in between while taking night shots. I think turning off the LCD screen does helps a bit too, anyone can confirm on this?
Otherwise, can try to use a larger aperture if u can, to avoid longer shuttle speed.....
Try taking a look at my night shots gallery if you have time I also have problem with noises too and I switch to F7.0 and above aperture and problem is more or less solve.
Hope this helps......
P.S: I'm new to all this too!