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Actions shots are blured

Some how the setting have changed. I have been taking pictures of my sons basket ball game and they were some great action shots. Now when I take them they are all blured?

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  • mark1togo Nov 20, 2008

    Cool, Thanks I will try this.

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try to set focus range (settings), to infinity or to an approximate distance to the object you need to take a photo of as sometimes the automatic setting does not always do a godd job at focusing , or look at the lens when it is on if its got grease use a wet camera lens cleaning kit (someone touched the glass of the lens ) a s grease makesa it hard for the camera to focus , hence blurrig or go into your options and lower the iso mode or take it off night node if any as the iso mode leads to high exposure time which means any light that changes would record as a smear hence blurring or use flash.

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