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Learn how to optimize the Canon SD770 IS for a museum scene
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In order to optimize the camera for a museum mode there are a couple of things you need to do.
First of all in a museum you can’t use flash, so you’re going to have to turn that off go ahead and press the flash button right here on the right to access the little flash function, and move it over to highlight the flash option give it a second and I’ll go away your head set we’ll go away faster.
Now because the flash it turned off you want to set the ISO higher. The museum is typically, a museum is very low light, so you don’t have a whole lot of light. You can’t use a flash, so it’s very difficult to take a picture and not have it come in blurry, so go ahead and press the off navigation or the ISO button right here at the top, and move it up to choose 800, 400 might be okay.
You may want to choose 800 depending on how low light the situation is. I would stay away from 1600 because that generally it generates a lot of image noise and you really going to notice that come through it in the picture. You’ll going to get a much worst quality picture, so 800 is fine if it’s really dark go in 1600 but typically, 800 really should be just fine.
Finally, go ahead and hit the function button to access the function menu, and go down to wide balance. Your wide balance will probably need to be set to tungsten. Most museums use tungsten lights so go ahead and go over and this should optimize the color for the tungsten light in the museum. You may need fluorescent, but most of the time in my experience tungsten should be just fine. Go ahead and press function to escape the function menu. Now I’ve got my wide balance set to tungsten, my ISO is set up at 800. I’m not using the flash and so I can go ahead and take my picture.
Now this is very important go ahead and press the shutter button halfway to focus on your subject before you take a picture. Press the shutter button halfway with your target or subject within the focusing square. Focus on your subject and then you can recompose the image, center the picture frame or whatever it might be in the image the way you want it. And then go ahead and press the shutter button the rest of the way to take the picture. This is very important because sometimes the low light will pass the camera to not be able to find the focus point, so try and find the focus point first once you’ve found that focus point go ahead and press the shutter button the rest of the way to take a picture.
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