Author: Janice Stuckless Date Posted: 2010-03-22 16:55:21
And it takes terrible indoor photos. If I use artificial lighting and no flash, the photos are grainy. If I use the flash, everything looks overexposed. This is on the auto setting. Is there a better setting to use?
Cnet.com has a review of this camera. They don't say anything really bad about it other than it being pretty heavy on the digital side. I suggest turning off as much digital settings (i.e. digital zoom, sharpen, etc.) as possible and manually setting the ISO to a lower setting.
First of all you have a very nice Canon Camera. Try Resetting all settings to default settings. Try using the setting Night Scene setting. If possible use a tripod. If you are over exposed perhaps you are too close to the subject with the flash. If all else fails call Cannon toll free and talk to someone there. They are very helpful even if your warranty period has expired.
Author: Jim Whitbeck Date Posted: 2010-04-03 20:56:34
I am looking for a recipe for Potato Pork Cakes. The recipe uses fat back pork and potatoes. Thanks
Author: Harold Grandy Date Posted: 2010-07-06 12:09:11