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"RE: Granularity and zoom"

dbbd Registered since 18th Dec 2011
Sun 18-Dec-11 01:39 PM

This happens both in full daylight/outdoors and in low light.
Indeed my iso is set to "auto".

Should I set my iso to something else?
Would it help if I upload an example?

Thanks,
Dan

A topic tagged as in need of help Granularity and zoom [View all] , dbbd , Sun 18-Dec-11 10:26 AM
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