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I have been trying to take some pictures of my plasma with my digital camera (sony DSC-S85) but the image comes out terrible.


The plasma outputs amazing picture quality with very crisp and detailed images in reality. But in photo, it is horrible. Take a look yourself:

http://www.pbase.com/image/15510700


The above picture of Toy Story is amazing on the display but in the picture, it's fuzzy, with spots of red, green (look at the floor/or table)


http://www.pbase.com/image/15510644


And how about this one (above)? with all those red dots, or that grid all over the picture??


How you guys do it to get a decent image quality of your display??? HEEELLLPP!!!



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Rich, thanks for the reply.


Well, after reading your post, I have to say that I am doing everything else but what you suggested i.e no tripod, no freezing picture, not in the the dark... :(


I remember reading your post with your nice photos few weeks back but couldn't find it today. Thanks for the link!


I will attempt to take some pic of my display when i get a tripod... meanwhile, I guess I have to cut and paste your screenshots onto my plasma screen in order to impress my friends on the net!


Cheers!


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since the plasma frame is sharp and not distorted, vibration and camera position aren't problems. My guess is image change during exposure, only correctable by freezing the frame.
 
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