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  • 1. Using a Digital Camera
  • 2. What Do MegaPixels Do? • A pixel is one dot on a color display screen. The more dots or pixels, the better the resolution of the picture. There is a point of diminishing returns when taking photos however.
  • 3. MegaPixel chart • 5 MP = 2592 x 1944 pixels High Quality: 10 x 13 inches Acceptable Quality: 13 x 19 inches • 4 MP = 2272 x 1704 pixels High Quality: 9 x 12 inches Acceptable Quality: 12 x 16 inches • 3 MP = 2048 x 1536 pixels High Quality: 8 x 10 inches Acceptable Quality: 10 x 13 inches • 2 MP = 1600 x 1200 pixels High Quality: 4 x 6 inches, 5 x 7 inches Acceptable Quality: 8 x 10 inches
  • 4. Lens and Zoom • Optical zoom is superior to digital zoom. • Be careful to only use zoom when you can’t get closer to an object or you want a real closeup. Otherwise, step forward. • Don’t take a picture with windows or light behind the subject. It tricks the automatic exposure and your subject looks too dark.
  • 5. The Camera’s Look
  • 6. Back of Camera Zoom Control Menu Replay or View
  • 7. Auto Mode—Point and Shoot Setupfordate, resolutionetc. Action Shots You pick scene, camera adjusts Night Assist Scene Assist Portrait Assist Movie Mode The Dial
  • 8. Four Way Controller Up - Flash setting (Auto, auto w/redeye reduction, flash off, fill flash, slow sync) Down - Macro mode (on/off) Left - Self-timer (on/off) Center - Auto transfer + D-Lighting
  • 9. Shutter Microphone Power Video OutVideo Out Speaker
  • 10. Battery Compartment Memory Slot Takes SD Memory