URGENT Help required Olympus 4 mpx vs. iPix Canon 7.2 mpx

Discussion in 'Olympus' started by techie, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. techie

    techie Guest

    I was shooting some stuff last week with the Canon iPix 7.2 Mega pixel
    camera, however every single shot came out grainy and ugly. Most where
    outright useles as it was blurry or grainy.

    I took a coupl eof test snaps today with the Olympus micro-digital 4.0
    megapixel and I must say I was a bit concerned at first.

    I then set the ISO to 200 and used no flash but a well lit room with lots
    of halogen spots in the ceiling and got a totally different view of things.

    At the resolution setting 1024x768 the pictures came out really sharp and
    no blur even though I was doing handheld shots at general mode (not
    portrait or other refinded setting).

    Now, I am wondering, what is the best setting for this little camera to
    more or less guarantee a good quality image of say, portraits.

    I will be using 2 x 500W halogen lights and 2 x 150W lights instead of
    flash to reduce the redness in the skin tones.

    TIA /techie
     
    techie, Jan 18, 2006
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  2. techie

    techie Guest

    Fixed it...
    No reply needed.
     
    techie, Jan 22, 2006
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