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  Top Ten Digital Photography Tips
Subject:   RE: Using a camera where no flash is allowed
Date:   2003-11-07 13:37:13
From:   derrick
Response to: Using a camera where no flash is allowed

For film cameras, you would want a faster speed film in low light situations with the flash turned off. ISO 800 speed print film and 400 speed slide film are much improved these days over just a few years ago.


Then find a steady surface to rest the camera on, put it in program mode, and use the self-timer to trip the shutter. You should get pretty good images that way.


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  1. RE: Using a camera where no flash is allowed
    2007-05-12 21:07:39  John.H [View]

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