Gordon Laing wrote:
Well they're all great compacts, so I think you'll be happy! The Canon really is a classy model... looking forward to hearing what you think!
hi gordon.just received the camera today,but didn't have time to make any pictures with it or test it. But i want to make it to its maximum settings best for shooting normal pictures. One of the rival sites gave this advice:
1. Choose one ISO speed higher than the camera's lowest; (which i can do)
2. Set the focal-length of the lens to a setting that's a little longer than its widest; (that i don't know what is it or how to do it from the menu?)
3. Set an aperture that's one or two smaller than its largest; - (this too)
4. Set the Image Quality to the highest setting (Superfine for this Canon); and (that i can do)
5. Shoot when and where there's plenty of light but avoiding high-contrast situations. that i understand.
Do you think they're alright,and can you tell me how to make the others. Thanks a lot