Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Formatting your memory card

You must format the memory card when inserted into the camera.

To that end, press the MENU button, so there is always at our camera, and then look for the position FORMAT. Best to do it with your camera's instructions and hands, because in different formatting models may require a slightly different order select items from the menu.
NOTE: Do not format the card using a computer, or when the card is inserted into specially designed for her nest. Almost all laptops have the slot.

SD card 2GB holds about 400 photos taken with camera 10MP resolution matrix (MP = megapixel). That's a lot of pictures and therefore

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Memory card sizes

There are two memory card sizes:

Capacity is expressed in gigabytes (GB = gigabyte)
The rate is expressed in Mb / s (Mb / s = megabyte per second)
Currently, the smallest capacity of 2GB SD cards are SDHC 4GB
SDXC cards are still quite expensive and there is absolutely no need for users of simple compact cameras.

Older cameras can not use SDHC cards and SDXC
Older models require an Olympus xD cards
Older models of Sony cameras require a card called Memory Stick Duo

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Digital camera memory card

Photos taken by us are stored on a memory card inserted in the camera. The most popular types of memory cards to SD and SDHC cards. These devices allow to write to them and read the information in digital form. Not bothering to detail, we can say this:

On the memory card saves pictures that we do our camera.
Pictures can be stored on the card:
view camera
transfer to your computer and watch on its screen
Digital compact cameras are very often built on a permanent memory that allows you to save a few to several photos. However, this is definitely not enough to use the camera on a trip, or during the name-.
That is why we must buy into the camera memory card. You need to know what type of card can be used in our camera. This information is in the camera's manual and you find it necessary.

Monday, April 4, 2011

How to hold the camera taking pictures?

This is a seemingly ridiculous question, but holding the camera from a proper and correct to press the button (trigger) depends on whether the snapshot picture will come out well, or are "not bad". The Why?

All the cheap and simple digital cameras are shaped boxes measuring about 9cm x 5cm and a thickness of about 2cm. We write about cheap and simple, because such use of children. On the back of the camera, display, or screen-which is what we want to take photos or watch the pictures already taken. Display occupies almost the entire surface and on its sides, there are a few buttons to set the camera so that under the circumstances, the pictures were the best possible. A few buttons on it is on top of the camera.

It is very difficult to hold the camera in his hands without touching these buttons. And if you tighten your hand too much, it's very easy to accidentally change the settings.

Tips for holding your camera while shooting:

We have to keep it in my hands, that they did not cause any tightening of press of any button on the camera body.
However, we must firmly hold the camera to come out from his hand and rocked in his hands.
However, we must hold the camera quite freely because the gripping hand tremor and causes them to blur.
Shutter button, which button you press to take a picture, press slowly, gently. Why?
When you press the shutter a little, at this point begins the focus and exposure control. Pressing the end of the "button" to take a picture.
The focus and exposure control, although only occupy a fraction of second but too quick to press the shutter button to the end can make the picture is taken before the selected camera settings are correct.