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    Default They do not do god with glare

    I have 2 camera's.....well ok I have more, I have these 2 a fujifilm finepix Z33 WP and a Canon Power shot SD 1300. They both take nice pictures about 90% of the time. I like cars and take pictures/movies both of these cameras if the sun is reflected in a window or on chrome...there is this giant light streak that goes from the top to the bottom...other cameras do this too i have seen this on youtube on others video's, is this a gigantic flaw in video processing chips or what?

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    Default Re: They do not do god with glare

    Point and shoots like the Fuji and Canon you own are prone to glare, perhaps because of the small sensor, perhaps the lens. Glare is less of a problem with more expensive cameras with larger sensors and better lenses.
    Panasonic FZ28
    Canon Elph 330 HS

 

 

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