Digitals can be different...
Posted by txilar on July 28, 2002 at 00:46:39:
at work is that stillness must be a virtue. From the moment you take
that first breath until the moment you press The Button and still
after the moment you hear the click. One camera I had to hold as
still as possible even after pressing the button as it was still
processing the image. I've just made it my habit now to not move
until after I'm certain the image has processed, be it the screen
showing the regular view or waiting for a 'ready' icon of sorts. And
of course, for a still life (be it boobs or fruit) that subject has
to sit tight too. =)
Oh, and as for 'zoom' in digital cameras, most don't really zoom in
the truest sense of the word. They basically crop the image for you.
Similar in theory to a zoom lens, but not in reality as the image
quality is traded in.
By the by, I like the solid hand. Very aboriginal looking.
: I'm using a fujifilm finepix1300. I've set the *thingy* to take the
: finest pics it can..at 1280? and made sure the side button is on
: flower(close) not mountain(far). I've taken reasonable pics in the
: past, but not a one out of this camera I'm satified with. Is it the
: camera? Me? Are there tricks with a digital? Laws i'm frustrated.
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