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Learn how to set the museum function using the Canon A610/A620
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The Canon A610 does not have a museum scene mode and museum do you how to use flash generally, so basically, what you want to do. I would highly recommend using the program mode, in this case, not the auto mode. Just going to give you the amount of flexibility you really want because there are certain settings that you have to change.
Let’s turn the camera on and now on the back, you can see here a little flash icon, in the up the navigation button, I can press that to cycle through my flash options. I want no flash, do not only use the flash which creates a probably that we want to increase the ISO setting because I am in a very low lit museum. So you want to access the function menu and press the function button here in the center or access the function menu and use the right to left navigation buttons to change the mode.
Now, I’m at 400, so that’s going to allow my camera to be a lot more sensitive to the available lights, so I’m not using flash and the other thing, press the down navigation button here to access the wide balance. A lot of museums use tungsten lights or sometimes like a daylight, so, you want to play around with that. You can see now it’s set to daylight, you can set that tungsten as well and that will compensate for the color temperature of the light and that is about it.