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Re: Nikon Coolpix S9 - Ultra Compact D. Camera
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2006/8/10 22:42
From kuciang
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edgar wrote:
Just found out some pretty cool function in this little tiny camera.

It has an on-camera cropping function, and will automatically save it as another image in the memory card.

Then there is the brightness/contrast adjustment, labelled as D-Lighting which self-adjust the level for you and also automatically save as a new image in the memory card.

Then there is the BSS mode, when switch on, the flash will be disabled, and the camera automatically sets itself to longer shutter speed + larger aperture according to the low light condition. The BSS function is only used when taking photographs under low light condition without firing the flash. When shutter is released, the camera will take a couple of shots ranging from 2 to as much as possible (10), while you hold the camera, and during that time, the camera will automatically choose the best / combine all the information gathered from the number of photos taken to produce the best image out of them, without having it blurry.

This is the first time I saw this function, it may have appeared in other cameras before but this is certainly the first for me

However, I realised that this camera takes a fair bit of time to process the images before they are saved into the memory. I have since upgraded the 'Super High Speed' card to the new Sandisk Ultra II which is much faster than the Super High Speed card and has eliminated all the lagging problem.
...wow,the BBS kinda reminds me of the VVTR in this Kembara - adjustments to the condition.i got myself this compact Olympus fe-220 and the IS(image stabilizer) function is not "nice" at all to use.the noice is very apparent,*sigh...*i remebered you did said before about the IS and about high ISO,i realized its not practical at all in compact digicam.fe-220 ISO goes up to 3200 but the result...yucky!

Posted on: 2007/2/21 8:10
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Re: Nikon Coolpix S9 - Ultra Compact D. Camera
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2006/1/9 0:13
From Australia
Posts: 2669
what BBS? BBS wheels? hahaha it's BSS

the reason why you don't get good results from all the technology gimmicks is again like I said, the use of smaller chip sensor in the digital compact camera as compared to SLR. No matter what sort of technology you dump into these small compact cameras, with their small sensor, they will never produce good images.

These sensors are even smaller than the width of your little finger where the SLR sensor can be as big as a 50cent.

Posted on: 2007/2/22 6:16
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