Friday, October 05, 2007

How My Camera Works

How do you adjust the ISO?

Adjust the shooting mode dial to a shooting mode that allows for ISO change. Push the ISO button to the desired ISO setting.

How do you adjust color balance?

Adjust the shooting mode dial to a shooting mode (Manual Mode) that allows for color change. Then you push the function button and select color mode icon form the menu. Then from the next menu select the custom color setting.

How do you set exposure compensation?

Adjust the shooting mode dial to a shooting mode (Program Mode) that allows for exposure compensation. Push the function button and select the exposure icon from the menu. Then use the left and right arrows to select the exposure.

How do you set file size and compression?

Adjust the shooting mode dial to a shooting mode that allows for file size and compression. Then push the function button and select the pixel size from the menu. Then use the left and right arrow keys to select the file size you want. The push the set button to go to the compression settings. Then use the left and right arrow keys to select the compression you want then push the function button again to exit the menu.

How do you set the exposure meter mode?

Adjust the shooting mode dial to a shooting mode that allows for exposure meter mode. Then push the function button and go to the setting that allows you change the exposure. Use the left and right arrow keys to select the one you want. Then push the function button again to exit the menu.

How do you set macro focusing?

Adjust the shooting mode dial to a shooting mode (Program Mode) that allows for macro focusing. Then push the macro button to put it into macro and for really close shots hold down the macro button and it will go into super macro mode.

How do you set flash mode?

Adjust the shooting mode dial to a shooting mode that allows for flash mode. Then push menu, and use the down arrow to select flash adjust and then use the left and right arrow keys to select the flash mode you want.

I use a Canon PowerShot S3 IS




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