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Old Nov 24, 2005, 12:31 PM   #11
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Well I have gone as far as I can via posts. To really solve your problem I would have to be able to see the camera and what you are doing. There is always the possibility that the camera is defect too.

Why not take some outdoor photos and see how the camera does with outsoor photos. That will tell you more about the camera being defective. Without being able to see an actual photo, we have gone as far as we can go with posts.

Why not check with the dealer where you bought the camera if you are unable to post any samples.

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Old Nov 24, 2005, 9:03 PM   #12
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idealone05 wrote:
hi, The Subject wasnt too far was within the range u told. But should i change my exposure compensation? since i use Canon A520, im not sure where can i change the settings, but by the way,i used Picasa software from google which helped me regain some part of the orignal picture, i was able to change some complexion and it worked well, but wished rather the picture looked perfect without doing extra editing!!
Have you read the manual for the camera? It seems like you are missing the basics. I recommend you study the manual, understand the camera, and then if you can't figure things out, post your questions.
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Old Nov 25, 2005, 4:54 AM   #13
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