Tuesday, February 13, 2007

How Does My Camera Work?

My camera is Canon PowerShot SD800IS. I found these settings from my camera manual:
  • ISO-setting: ISO is adjusted by pressing the ISO button behind the camera and using arrow up-down buttons. ISO choices are 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, HI and AUTO.
  • White balance: Press Func. button and go down to the AWB. The choices are Auto, Day Light, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Fluorescent H and Custom.
  • Exposure compensation: Press Func. button and go down to the +-0. Press left when you want decrease exposure and right to increase it.
  • File size and compression: Press Func. button and go down to the Compression-setting. Values for compression settings are Superfine, Fine and Normal. Below the compression setting you can adjust the picture size. Sizes are 3072x2304 (L), 2592x1944 (M1), 2048x1536 (M2), 1600x1200 (M3), 640x480 (S), 1600x1200 (postcard) and 3072x1728 (widescreen).
  • Exposure meter mode: Press Func. button and go down to the Metering Modes. Choices are Evaluative, Center Weighted Average and Spot.
  • Macro focusing: Press the Flower behind the camera.
  • Flash mode: Press the Flash button behind the camera. Choices are Auto, On and Off.
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