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Yes, all you have to do is press the lever by the lens and the Flash pops up--That enables the flash--Then select the forced flash and all your
pictures will have a flash fill. If you never pop the flash up or out--the Flash option can't be selected. That kind of drove me a little crazy for a bit---
until I figured t… see more
Yes, all you have to do is press the lever by the lens and the Flash pops up--That enables the flash--Then select the forced flash and all your
pictures will have a flash fill. If you never pop the flash up or out--the Flash option can't be selected. That kind of drove me a little crazy for a bit---
until I figured that you need to pop the flash first and then the Flash options will be available. see less
Yes, all you have to do is press the lever by the lens and the Flash pops up--That enables the flash--Then select the forced flash and all your
pictures will have a flash fill. If you never pop the flash up or out--the Flash option can't be selected. That kind of drove me a little crazy for a bit---
until I figured that you need to pop the flash first and then the Flash options will be available.

By OERA1 on May 22, 2014
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I do not believe it will. I have found nothing that indicates that is a capability. Most who want that type of picture would simply crop it when they edit the image. I hope this will help.
By Rusted Nut Garage on February 17, 2013
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If your laptop has a slot for SD card, just pop the card out of the camera and insert into computer. If no SD slot, the camera comes with a USB cable.
By EZ on April 26, 2014
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You can order an 3rd party spare battery that also includes a battery charger that can plug into an AC outlet
or the 12 volt aux. outlet in most cars You don't have to charge the battery in the camera

By D. Kennedy on November 15, 2013
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I do it both manually and using the automatic feature. In either case, it is important to keep the camera at the same height and pivot gradually. Especially when using the automatic feature, the best way to shoot is landscape.
I have played with vertical panorama as well. What you want to do is experiment with th… see more
I do it both manually and using the automatic feature. In either case, it is important to keep the camera at the same height and pivot gradually. Especially when using the automatic feature, the best way to shoot is landscape.
I have played with vertical panorama as well. What you want to do is experiment with the feature in every way imaginable and see what happens. This is how you become familiar with the camera's capacity and limitations - and what tricks you may be able to employ to accomplish what you want.
Taking pictures of properties on corners is still difficult, but I am working on it. see less
I do it both manually and using the automatic feature. In either case, it is important to keep the camera at the same height and pivot gradually. Especially when using the automatic feature, the best way to shoot is landscape.
I have played with vertical panorama as well. What you want to do is experiment with the feature in every way imaginable and see what happens. This is how you become familiar with the camera's capacity and limitations - and what tricks you may be able to employ to accomplish what you want.
Taking pictures of properties on corners is still difficult, but I am working on it.

By Leon deVose Top Contributor: Photography on July 13, 2013
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It has a continuous shooting mode. How rapid depends on settings and illumination. Maybe 2 or 3 times a second?
By Amazon Customer on May 2, 2013
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What about it? Need more than a one word question.
By Bobcat250 on April 22, 2014
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There is no viewfinder, but I think the screen is easy on the eyes. Also, you can adjust the brightness of the display.
Speaking of vision issues, I have to wear reading glasses for things up close. I should wear bifocals, but I am chilling on replacing an expensive pair I just lost recently. I will probably goin… see more
There is no viewfinder, but I think the screen is easy on the eyes. Also, you can adjust the brightness of the display.
Speaking of vision issues, I have to wear reading glasses for things up close. I should wear bifocals, but I am chilling on replacing an expensive pair I just lost recently. I will probably going to graduated contacts. Enough of that. I sometimes do not have the readers handy when I shoot, and things look blurry - mainly in low light situations. I have learned that I can trust the camera's auto focus, and just have to make sure I have the zoom and framing I want. Very rarely do I come away with less than sharp lines, unless conditions are such that I expected them. However, I have been pleasantly surprised in most cases by the sharp lines this camera produces when there should be everything but. see less
There is no viewfinder, but I think the screen is easy on the eyes. Also, you can adjust the brightness of the display.
Speaking of vision issues, I have to wear reading glasses for things up close. I should wear bifocals, but I am chilling on replacing an expensive pair I just lost recently. I will probably going to graduated contacts. Enough of that. I sometimes do not have the readers handy when I shoot, and things look blurry - mainly in low light situations. I have learned that I can trust the camera's auto focus, and just have to make sure I have the zoom and framing I want. Very rarely do I come away with less than sharp lines, unless conditions are such that I expected them. However, I have been pleasantly surprised in most cases by the sharp lines this camera produces when there should be everything but.

By Leon deVose Top Contributor: Photography on July 13, 2013
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No....see the package I ordered with the camera. The two together are perfect! The camera is awesome!
By Dmariesweet on May 9, 2013
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FOLLOWUP ANSWER: here's a video posted on YouTube taken with my Olympus SZ-12. Some use of zoom while filming. (I'm the one on flute.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvYCRjWRgqo&list=UU10QAXP1Bwtn55OdsET19YQ&feature=c4-overview
By EZ on January 15, 2014