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NEW CAMERA

BURNINGICE
12/27/04 5:14 AM GMT
Man you guys, im so excited about this camera. I can't wait to get out and get some pictures with this thing =D. Im sure there are tons of posts with tips, hints, etc, but do you think you might be able and show me some of the ropes w/ a camera? I have a ViviCam-3750, "Super Resolution Lens", F3.5, f=7.7mm, 4X dif Zoom, 1.5" LCD Display, 3.1 MEGA Pixels. lol, Im just reading everything off the camera =D. Thanks for stopping by, and feel free to leave your posts.
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::bayoubooger
01/12/05 5:59 PM GMT
read the manual, make sure you can set the camera in menus to the highest setting for picture, then find out how to turn OFF the digital zoom and read read read the manual carefully, the good thing about digital is you shoot pics and throw them away, after a few thousand, you'll figure it out...GOOD LUCK!
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::BURNINGICE
01/12/05 9:50 PM GMT
A few thousand is right... Ive been taking this everywhereee. I never read manuals... I guess this'd be a great time to start. Thanks for stopping by bayou.
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+camerahound
01/13/05 4:19 AM GMT
Tyler -

Don't read the manual as if it's a novel. Take your camera into some situation, such as bracketing, and only THEN use the index.
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noobguy
01/13/05 4:24 AM GMT
maybe not read it like a novel, sure would be the least interesting one i'd ever read. but u should prolly skim through the novel when u first get it. some features may stand out to you, or something catch your eye, and most importantly u'll have a better idea where to look in the book when u do start using the camera and need a reference. i still read them like novels tho :-p
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+mayne
01/13/05 4:53 AM GMT
Look for strong composition when looking through the camera. Spend extra time moving around your subject. Instead of standing while pressing the button get down low or up high for a different perspective. Strong diagonal lines through the image. Use the rule of thirds for placing your subject in the image. try to isolate your subject using shallow depth of field. Above all have fun and take that new extension of your arm everywhere:-)
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Darryl
::BURNINGICE
01/13/05 11:05 PM GMT
lol, thanks for the help guys.
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::bayoubooger
01/14/05 1:03 AM GMT
tyler,
if you are working on your eagle rank in boy scouts, you be sure to finish it, because it is most important on your resume later on in life, you would not believe the doors that open, when you get to be older...
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