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Learn how to set the sport mode using the Canon A610/A620
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The Canon A610 doesn’t have a sport scene mode like many other cameras do, so what you probably going to want to do. What the sport scene mode does is with the given amount of light available. It tries to use the fastest shorter speed possible, so in this case, you want to do a manually. Set it to your shutter priority mode, which is TV right here. Set the mode dial to TV and in the back, you want to use a shutter speed, pretty fast shutter speed in order to stop the action of the sports.
So one over 250 is probably not fast enough depending on the sport, but you can use, here I’m using the right and left navigation buttons to change my shutter speed and you can set that accordingly. If you need a faster shutter speed and the subject is far away, far away being beyond about ten-12 feet. You’re not going to want to use the flash, it’s not going to help any, so you want to change the ISO and then this mode the ISO setting is available. Press the function button to access the function menu, ISO is the first one selected and use the right and left navigation buttons to change that, so you can increase that. So if you’re indoors and there isn’t a lot of light. If you’re outdoors on a sunny day, you’re taking pictures of a soccer game or whatever it might be, you can definitely stick to 50, the sun will provide plenty of light for that.
Also remember to set the right balance; this is the right balance setting, daylight if you’re outdoors probably tungsten or florescent depending on the situation, if you’re indoors, actually the light that is in your scene and that’s about it.