It depends on the colour of the 'spots'... Small white spots, often in a row or a circle are indicative of light reflection within the lens. Solve this problem by always shooting with the 'lens' in the shade. Use your hat, your body, your hand or just turn away from the sun. If the spots are black then it could be dust on the CCD/ CMOS chip. Nothing much you can do about this unless you have a D-SLR (and have access to the chip) The spots could also be dead pixels or dirt on your screen or again on the chip itself. Here too, outside of cleaning the computer screen, there isn't much you can do. To be sure of getting a 'great' picture of that once in a lifetime shot, Snap it again from a slightly different angle. I always say the first shot ensures the memory the second ensures the fame. There is almost always a better angle. Above all CLEAN YOUR LENS ONLY WITH PROPER EQUIPMENT THIS WILL PROTECT THE COATING THUS AVOIDING 98% OF ALL SPOTS. GOOD LUCK!
Pregnancy can cause this spotting or irregular periods or a UTI.
Digital picture frames can be bought from many retailers, in store and online. Amazon or Walmart would be great places to check for digital picture frames.
Your period..............maybe or skid marks
This photograph looks to be photoshoped, the quality of picture is digital, would definitely be from the 21st century.
Yes it can cause spotting which would be classed as a mild withdrawal bleed and it also puts you at risk of pregnancy. You need to use a condom for 4 weeks
Kodak announced they would stop participating in the digital picture frame market in 2011. That is because other technology was surpassing them and it would costing too much.
i think there is because, spotting is usually lighter then a period and the shot causes your hormones to act up. which would in some cases cause some spotting.
It is a way to charge more. What else would it be?
I don�t think it would� that would defeat the purpose of having the digital display.
Any USB cable brand would be appropriate for a digital camera. The quality does not affect the picture.
spotting could be caused by moving to much, hopfully very light pink color, sit relax could cause a miscarriage but if it gets to the color of red and bigger spots see a doctor!
Sony makes digital camcorders with great zoom and picture quality. A good one would be the Sony HandyCam HDR-XR150.
A 62 year old woman should be post-menopausal, so irregular spotting would be a symptom of Uterine or Cervical Cancer. See a doctor.
Unlike analog, loss of signal means total loss of contact. With analog signals, as signal loss would degrade the picture would "snow" a bit, get fuzzy, losing more and more picture quality and eventually leave only audio, which would be the last to go. With digital, the picture and sound will literally freeze on the last received data "chunk", awaiting further instruction.
I don't know it's a great idea. The large digital picture frames that you mount on a wall are quite ugly with a chord hanging down. If there was no chord I think more people would buy digital picture frames. Plus people would never have to worry about closing blinds so they don't ruin there pictures.
No. It's HDTV-ready, which means an external digital tuner would still be required. It's merely capable of displaying a digital picture, but needs the tuner to do so.
The best picture frame would be the one that has all of the features that your mother is looking for. Many leading brands like Sony and Kodak have great digital photo frames and they range in price from $50 on up for some of the higher end frames.
Some women have spotting during ovulation, if your cycle is very regular the timing would be correct for this to be the cause. See your doctor or midwife if the spotting continues.
To take a professional picture of coffee, you will first need a good digital camera. Then a good location with optimal lighting and surrounding scenery.
spotting occurs 6-12 days after your ovulation day
If it is just a standard non hormonal IUI, then this is perfectly normal. IUI's cause your periods to be heavier, (with exception of the minerva coil.) and can cause spotting a few days after fitting. The above answer seems to be referring to the "fitting" of an IUD...not the administration of an IUI. I had an IUI 2 days ago, and I have not had any spotting. However, the paper that my fertility clinic sent me home with stated that some spotting would be normal right after the procedure. I do not believe you should still be spotting 4 days afterwards. I am a RN, and I think this is something you should call your doctor's office about.
Could be the alternator has failed.
I would recommend Digital Camcorder Cameras only if you are serious about taking pictures. If you are new to picture taking, purchasing something like this may be too advanced and purchasing a regular digital camera might be the better option.
The eye light in a camera helps focus on the emotions in a person's eyes. Without it you would not be able to see the true emotions of the picture.