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CMS-XML Explanation of AF assist beam operation
CMS-XML Deactivating the Lamp (AF Assist Beam)
CMS-XML Procedure for using Stitch Assist mode PowerShot A710 IS.
CMS-XML Be careful not to block the AF-assist Beam with fingers or other items.
Be careful not to block the AF- assist Beam with fingers or other items. Try using a tripod or other stable support, and use the camera's self-timer to ensure that nothing is blocking the AF-assist beam.
CMS-XML Tips and things to check for better focused images.
When an image is blurry or cannot be brought into focus during shooting, there are certain tips to help overcome this. You can prevent camera shake by holding the camera firmly.
CMS-XML Software and Manuals for New PowerShot Cameras
The steps below will help you find the software and manual for your camera.
CMS-XML Procedure for using PhotoStitch for Windows PowerShot A60
You can create a wide panoramic image by merging several images, such as those shot in the camera's Stitch Assist mode. Use the PhotoStitch program to merge the images.
CMS-XML Using the Solutions Disk Troubleshooting tools for installation errors.
Troubleshooting the Canon Solution Disk Installation ] installation feature and selecting the software to install may help in some cases where installation is failing. This can also be achieved by exploring the supplied CD-ROM and choosing the software installation for each piece of software.
CMS-XML Selecting a shooting mode PowerShot A400
Selecting a Shooting Mode You can manually adjust the exposure, white balance, and other settings before shooting. Stitch Assist For shooting panorama composition images SCN
CMS-XML Use a tripod or other stable support
Virtually all Canon cameras are fitted with an industry standard 1/4-20 tripod socket to facilitate easy mounting to standard tripods from various manufacturers. A tripod is an excellent way to support the camera with minimal vibration. This helps to ensure the sharpest possible images at shutter speeds far below what can normally be handheld.
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