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Recommended zoom for snapshots6994

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I have an agent that wants to use snapshots from the tour. Anyone have recommended settings for snapshots?
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Whatever works best. 100% is normal. I use 90% a lot, 80% occasionally and 70% on special occasions like little powder rooms. It’s equivalents are something like 24mm, 20mm, 14mm, 11mm. (Full frame). I’m guessing here and was going to do an actual comparison and will post when dun. Go with your eyeballs.
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Mostly 90 for me.
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You really just have to play around with different zooms and when you see what works best, take a snapshot. I've used every zoom setting from 70% to 140%. Since it's fairly wide angle to begin with, many times the higher zoom is perfect if you need to highlight a certain feature.
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