Tuesday, July 11, 2006

High Speed Moving


When a object moving at high speed, you need certain shutter speed to freeze that moving object. But due to low light condition, the camera automatically reduce the shutter speed to allow more light coming in yet maintain at that ISO. So end up the photograph becoming Blur especially at the "moving part". You can always use Flash but to baby, it is not good for their eyes. You can also increase the ISO say from 200 to 800. But my little Olympus C-370 Camedia does not has that function.

Conclusion: I need a dSLR camera!!!

4 comments:

aruri said...

HAHAHAHAHHA!!! You having the same problem!
I want a dSLR camera too!! Money money fall from sky!
Anyway, another solution is put to multi-frame mode. It works for me. Switch to that mode, click and hold, it'll keep capturing until you release... then go back to see the images and delete those you don't want. I think it is an effective method.

Kean Hong said...

my camera also dun have that Mode.... what i can do is take the photo near the light source...

aruri said...

Did you shave his head again?

Kean Hong said...

haha...only once ....during his full moon, that is 4 months ++ ago... his hair seem like only growing 2 cm so far... some one said must shave again, apply liquor bla bla bla... so now sometime i call him Botak Head