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Old Nov 26, 2010, 5:49 PM   #31
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Thanks Saly, i confess i don't know my camra that well as you probably guessed, still learning. Will keep reading the links Clint sent and hope it sinks in. If these are good settings for indoors how do i keep those settings in the custom section? Thanks for posting. E.
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Old Nov 26, 2010, 7:43 PM   #32
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Go to page 88 of the Advanced Manual for custom settings. Keep in mind that this particular setting may not always work indoors either, depending on different lighting, etc.

You may want to pick up a book on basic digital photography to learn about different settings (I have several books I browse through on my spare time). Websites tend to be very focused on one subject and don't always cover the "big picture". Then experiment with what you read. Always take one shot in iA mode to make sure you get at least one decent shot, then try different settings to see the results.
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Thanks Saly, will do that.
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