Basic settings for Cyber-Shot
There are no "settings" that you can use without understanding what you're doing.
Understand the exposure factors: Sensitivity, aperture, and exposure time.
Understand how each of these factors affect the final image.
If you don't understand these factors, it's time to open a few books and start reading.
Use a tripod.
Take multiple frames with different apertures for depth-of-field adjustments.
Attempt to use a long exposure time for lowest image noise, while avoiding motion blur.
If you see that what you're doing with the camera isn't working out, stop and try something different.
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