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Hello, I am new to photography and am taking another trip to Vegas, this time I really want to get some good shots of various las vegas sights and desert scenaries.

I have a dsc-t100 camera, I just got it and was working with it yesterday for a while. Any recommendations as far as camera settings for a place like las vegas, and the desert, or in general?

Since las vegas night scenery consists of artificial lights would a setting for interior lighting be appropriate?

What ISO # tends to be the best?

I don't find the flash to look natural for the most part but there is a flash burst setting, I don't know what the advantage of that would be compared to a regular flash.

does using the setting "take 3 photos every time the shutter is pressed" take the three photos and find a happy medium and output it as 1 photograph?

best setting for action shots?

And any general advice to have the least blur, the clearest and crispest photographs?

Thanks in advance for any tips!
 

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Hello, I am new to photography and am taking another trip to Vegas, this time I really want to get some good shots of various las vegas sights and desert scenaries.

I have a dsc-t100 camera, I just got it and was working with it yesterday for a while. Any recommendations as far as camera settings for a place like las vegas, and the desert, or in general?

Since las vegas night scenery consists of artificial lights would a setting for interior lighting be appropriate?

What ISO # tends to be the best?

I don't find the flash to look natural for the most part but there is a flash burst setting, I don't know what the advantage of that would be compared to a regular flash.

does using the setting "take 3 photos every time the shutter is pressed" take the three photos and find a happy medium and output it as 1 photograph?

best setting for action shots?

And any general advice to have the least blur, the clearest and crispest photographs?

Thanks in advance for any tips!

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That may be a valid idea but it is also another camera.
 

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