Kodak c195 help

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  1. Trev

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    Every second pic I take has a bright mark on it and I have tried everything like light settings please give me some other ideas of how to stop this for an eg see the pic bellow


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    Its called the flash bouncing back from the glass Trev. :whistling:

    Dont use flash or take the pic at an angle so that the reflection does not come back to the lens.
     
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    turn off the flash ;)
     
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    +1 mariusmeyer
     
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    Will try that but if I turn nthe flash off I get awfull pics
     
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    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    turn the tank lights on ;)
     
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    wiet jy ek like dit net befnock as die manne my so uithelp.

    Dankie ou maat
     
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    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Try with out the falsh dude!
    Then see what you get.
    Then try adjust your EV and other settings on the camera and take some more pics,
    Its trial and error, unfortunatly there is no magic setting that will give you a perfect picture everytime. You need to learn how your camera works best for your tank. The settings i use on my tank will not work on your tank.

    Jammer Ou maat
     
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    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    also try using a tripod with less light avalible you might need one
     
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