Very true.Just pointing it out! While I'm sure just leaving it on auto will give good results most of the time, there will be occasions when some degree of manual control will be desirable. Best way to learn...read the manual and try everything out.
I also found Auto to produce slightly over-exposed photos. I use the P setting mostly now and mess bout with stuff like ISO etc
I tend to use the anti-blur setting on a lot of my railway photos
I thoight about doing that but it says in the manual that it is included in Auto, so does it make any difference from Auto to anit-blur? ad1:
Do you take your photo's (the ones on your website) with the S5600, becasue they're awesome shots :toothy10:
Anti-blur increases the ISO which allows a faster shutter speed but above a certain level increase noise aswel.All photos from June 2006 onwards are taken with my S5600. Thanks for the compliment
I think the anti-blur setting increases the shutter speed, not sure what other settings it changes. Im dont know enough yet about choosing my own settings
As a said in an earlier post, Chunx2005, I have a BIG birthday in January, and was going to ask for a new camera... the S5600 seems to offer most of what I'm looking for.... I'm looking forward to seeing your Half Term piccies to help me with my decision.... any chance you could put up something other than a train pic, just to help me?
Any other comments on this camera from other users would be much appreciated.
S for shutter, means you shutter speed is to slow therefor blurring the image.I would get that camera, although i understand it is electric zoom, which is too slow, i can't imagine it retracting from 10x.
The S feature on my cam seems to blur the pics a bit, and sometimes completly over exposes them