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Compensating For Low Light Conditions

I have the feeling that it is not about low light. It is about you using an automated setting. The pages of the book, I am assuming are white. And by low light, I am assuming they are gray in the ...
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Compensating For Low Light Conditions

Kodak EasyShare P712 contains a 5.8 x 4.3 mm sensor with a crop factor of 6. Usually DSLRs start from crop factor 1.6 (APS-C) or 1.5 and you can move all the way to crop factor 1 (full frame) and ...
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Compensating For Low Light Conditions

As long as you hold the camera and subject still you can use a long exposure to get enough light. Any DSLR or mirrorless camera should make that possible. I would use aperture priority at about f/8 ...
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