actually someone was quoted $650 for the QV2900UX!!! The QV2900UX would need a much longer exposure (3-4 times longer) to have the same level of exposure as the C2040 though. A shot which has proper exposure at 1s on the fast lens C2040 would need about 3-4s on the QV2900UX. This might be limiting if the subject can move as had happened here:Originally posted by Blankies
minus 20 and you get casio qv2900 with 8x optical !!
hmmm... i like to use smaller aperture too...Originally posted by cliveming
IMO, i always uses very small aperture to take nite shot photo. how do you all think?
using big aperture or small aperture?
Using a small aperture (as in larger f-stop numbers e.g. f/8, f/11) gives you better depth of field, so it appears sharper. Using a small aperture also lengths exposure them. This gives you nice traffic trails. But on consumer digital cameras, long exposure also gives rise to higher noise. So you have to experiment to find out what's the optimal exposure.Originally posted by mooks85
hmmm... i like to use smaller aperture too...
but alot of people tell me i should use a bigger aperture... but i find its clearer when using a smaller aperture.. what do u reckon... pardon my ignorant...