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AegenemmnoN VIP Member

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#21 14 years ago

Ensign, i selected some pictures i have taken that i like, im going to upload them for you to see tomorrow.




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#22 14 years ago

Do you mean the faster it is the granier it is?




Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#23 14 years ago

On digital cameras, yes. Aperture settings can also cause grain depending on the digital camera for some reason as well. Shutter settings should never cause grain on either a traditional or digital camera. If you are looking for a digital camera, read a lot of reviews to find out the ups and downs. A good review will show how much grain is created on various settings.