Question about Nikon D200 Body Only Digital Camera
The images taken on normal & custom mode r blur even if image sharpening is set at +2
This could be a number of things:
1) Are you shooting at a fast enough speed, this then leads to what lens and how are you using it (handheld, tripod etc?)
2) The Lens you are using may need calibrating it may be rear or front focusing - it will focus slightly in front or behind your main subject
3) In camera sharpening isn't that great - all sharpening and if your shooting Raw files then about 70% of Raw files need sharpening should really be done in the post process
4) I used to have a lot of problems with soft focus and it ended up being down to technique, sometimes i focus in front then bring the subject back into focus from that point.
Otherwise if the problem just seems that the image is blurred it sounds like you may not be using a fast enough shutter speed.
Hope this is of help.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Try cleaning your sensor manualy.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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