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    How can I get clearer shots? I am not getting a different camera. I was just wondeing if anybody had any little helpful hints? Below is as clear as I can get.
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    How can I get clearer shots? I am not getting a different camera. I was just wondeing if anybody had any little helpful hints? Below is as clear as I can get.
    Hi Cer what camera are you using and what settings please ?

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    It is a Pentax Pptio m20. It is set on super macro. It is also set on a setting called flower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cer
    It is a Pentax Pptio m20. It is set on super macro. It is also set on a setting called flower.
    It looks to me like you have your ISO setting on way too high for macro shots. I see your camera is a point and shoot. Are you able to adjust the ISO setting to 100 - 200 ?

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    I will try. How do you do that stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cer
    I will try. How do you do that stuff?
    I can't find a user maual on line for your camera.

    You should be able to change it through your settings menu. If you have a quick look in your manual it will tell you how.

    Look under ISO settings :)

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    I would use the macro or sport setting and change the ISO from 400 to 200 - your exposure is at 1/15' which is fine... change the F3.5 to F5.6

    Did you blow this image up (cut it out) from the original?
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