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Old Jul 18, 2006, 2:27 AM   #11
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Old Jul 18, 2006, 8:53 AM   #12
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whoa boily nice there good capture, i like the blue thunder, well done for staying up for that long, it was certanily worth it :|, also btw can i ask for the p850 when you put new firmware into it, is there a notice on screen that tells you the firmware has loaded, i just loaded my firmware onto the memory and nothing happened so i dont know if anything loaded.is that the way it is done or is it loaded via usb? thanks Red
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Thanks a lot Mr. Blue, and yes its difficult to take in pictures, you have to be patient and you also need some luck !!

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Hi Red Royalty, when you put the card with the new firmware in the camera, a message is supposed to appear and tell you that the camera is up-to-date !!


If it doesn't work make sure to fallow these points:

Download and Extract the Firmware File
  1. Click Continue. [/*]
  2. Download the file to your computer. [/*]
  3. Double-click the file to start the WinZip Self-Extractor. [/*]
  4. Select Unzip to folder, and specify a location, or leave the default location. [/*]
  5. Click Unzip. The firmware file unzips to the specified folder. [/*]
  6. Note the location of the folder. The file has a .fw file extension. [/*]
  7. Close the WinZip Self-Extractor.
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Old Jul 18, 2006, 3:11 PM   #15
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thanks alot boily,, :-) you seem to be helping me alot :-) thanks again
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You are welcome:-)
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Great shots!!! How exactly does a long time expousure work? Does it take a bunch of pictures? How did you do it! >.<

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Shutter speed relates to how long the camera's shutter stays open after you depress the shutter-release button. Shutter speed is measured in seconds, such as 1/125th. A slow shutter speed produces a longer exposure time.

To ajust the shutter speed on the P850 you go in Manual mode then move it the way you want it:-)

http://www.digicamhelp.com/learn/for...-automatic.php



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Yeah, but, what if the lightning strikes before the expousure is over? Wouldn't that mean you would miss the shot?

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Yeah, but, what if the lightning strikes before the exposure is over? Wouldn't that mean you would miss the shot?

No, for example if I use a 10 sec exposure and there is a lighting during the exposure, that mean that I will see the lighting in the picture!!
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