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Photography.25

Macro photography - the world up close and personal!

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{Photography.25.856}: Coyote {coyote} Thu, 19 Jun 2014 17:12:37 CDT (21 lines)

Well, it never occurred to me to change my name in this forum to my
camera name, so brava to you!

I just read a couple reviews of your camera and, boy, do I feel dated!
That's what I get for taking a few years off from keeping up with the
latest in camera technology. Jeez, all the features they've crammed
into your little camera are astounding. My only suggestions at this
point are:

1. Check the image resolution setting, and set it somewhere in the
   mid-range, unless you're planning on making poster-sized prints.
2. Set your focus and exposure settings to center weighted.
3. Set your ISO to 100, but you'll need it set higher in low-light
   settings. I, personally, wouldn't go over 400, but 800 is supposed
   to be okay.

You might want to take a look at this very thorough review of your
camera. I always use the tiny (kinda hard to see) pull-down menu to
navigate the various pages at that website, which has gone bonkers
since I last visited:
http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sony-cybershot-dsc-HX20v

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