what is the difference between being a point and shoot picture taker and a keen amateur?
I am looking to buy a kodak slice and when I was reading the reviews the keen amateurs didn’t like the camera as much.
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Suggestion by thankyoumaskedman
I don’t know if there is an official definition. I would think that a “keen amateur” likes to use more manual controls, while a “point and shooter” likes to always use fully automatic controls. The digital cameras that have manual controls also have a fully automatic mode, so don’t be afraid to buy a camera that “keen amateurs” like.
Suggestion by digicamhelp
Yes, a keen amateur can be defined as someone who likes to play with camera settings such as shutter speed and aperture; Exposure Compensation, White Balance, etc.
If you don’t like to play with settings, and there is nothing wrong with that, consider getting a camera with an Intelligent Auto mode that senses a scene (landscape, portrait, backlit, macro, etc) and selects factory optimized settings for the particular scene. I’ve owned three digital cameras with Intelligent Auto Mode and the mode is surprisingly effective. Not perfect, but neither is it always perfect when we select our own settings. 😉
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How can I get decals for my cliff keen signature headgear?
I have the cliff keen signature headgear and I want to get a sticker with a big C on it for my school. I went onto football decals but there was a minimum order of 12 and I only want one. So if you know where to get one I would appreciate if you could help me. Thanks
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ah wrong section might want to ask people in the football section
Suggestion by Pegasus Kid
I suggest that you might want to make a decal by yourself. Research the material and how to make it, and can customize it your own way to make sure it’s exactly how it is.
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