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Johnb

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I down load my photos onto my computer, and just wondered why, when I pull them up on the computer screen, why they come up out of focus, but after a couple of seconds they come into focus. Just wondered if it is me, the camera, or the computer. Cheers   

 

I am using Windows 10 platform



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If the computer waited to show you the pictures only once
it got hold of them all. you'd see nothing until the end of it.

See this delay as a visual confirmation that it is working on it!

 

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If your using windows picture viewer it can be slow, a quicker view can be found if you use

 

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The "technical reason", jpeg stores coefficients used to recreate the image. These values reproduce the frequency content of the image. The low-frequency coefficients are read first, followed by the higher frequency to give the fine detail. When you compress an image, the higher frequencies are the first to be eliminated.



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Thanks guys. Its not me then.

 

I thought it was because I was using a 4 point focus and only getting the one point in.

 

I have changed the settings now to a one point continuous focus. I will see how that works out, well unless you have any comments on this.

 

I am still experimenting guys. All help is welcome. 



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OH and thanks guys, and Brian, what you say does make sense to me, thanks.