Question about Cameras
Ideally you will want to use the 'Night Landscape' mode (looks like a moon over a mountain on most cameras). What will happen is this will leave the shutter on the camera open longer, but that of course increases the chance your image could blur. If you are able to use flash, you would want to set the mode to 'P' for Program and then turn on the flash.
If you are using the built-in flash then you must be closer than about 10 feet or this won't help you at all.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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