With its wide-angle, zoomable camera and bright colours, the Globe and Minimamp is a very useful camera for portrait photographers.
But it’s a camera that has a lot of limitations.
As a first step, you’ll need to find out how to use it.
In this article, we’ll show you how to set up the Globe’s camera and how to get the most out of it.
How to set the camera up In order to use your Globe and Maxim, you will need a small camera bag that can hold the lens, lens cap and a few other essentials.
To do this, open the camera’s menu and choose Settings > Settings > Camera > Camera Settings > Zoom.
You’ll find the option to set a maximum zoom level (the “max”) under Camera settings > Zoom (this will set the zoom level to the maximum).
The camera will zoom in on the image and change the size of the image.
You can also zoom out by holding down the shutter button (notched in the top right corner of the screen).
To stop the camera, you can either hold the shutter key down and release it, or you can press the camera volume up button and the shutter will be released.
The image will then be cropped to fit the screen, and the photo will be saved.
You should have a good idea how to adjust the camera to suit your needs.
We’ll show how to do this in the following sections.
For a quick overview of how the Globe functions, click on the thumbnail image above.
To turn on the camera and start taking photos, open up the Camera menu and select Zoom.
The camera icon will be at the top of the window.
The top right-hand corner of your screen will show the Zoom icon.
This will allow you to set all the settings for the camera.
Here, you have a couple options for zoom levels: Zoom to 100 per cent.
If you’ve got a 100-stop zoom lens and are using a wide-field lens, this will work best.
You want the camera focusing at the highest point in the image, so that it looks like the scene you’re shooting is being taken in a very large space.
You may need to adjust zoom levels to compensate for this.