Tuesday, January 12, 2010

More Focusing Practice with Canon SX20



Btw, why don't Jay Leno do everybody a favor get his ass out of the late night show business. Leno's starting to remind me of A.J. Foyt who "retired" 5 times. The glaring difference is that Leno, himself, doesn't have any worthwhile talent of his own. It's no big secret that the inhouse writers are the unsung comedians who churn out the jokes for the nightly monologue and for that matter on all late night comedy talk shows. Johnny Carson, whom Leno replaced, wasn't overflowing with talent either, however, the late night genre was still a relatively new product then. Now its shelf life is about to expire. To my knowledge, when Leno originally retired, the public wasn't demanding a Leno encore otherwise we'd riot in the streets.


2 comments:

Rowena... said...

Is this on automatic or manual focusing? And are you able to set the ISO speed (if so, what speeds are available?) Mine has 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1600, but a lot really has to do with the lens itself. You just lose quality when you zoom in, especially if said lens isn't a specific piece of heavy glass that you attach onto the camera itself.

RONW said...

Rowena- it's not on manuel because you have to select that feature to enable it. 200 ISO. Non-detachable lens. Must be da lens. No can be me.