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Sluggish picture taking, unknown symbols on screen

My camera seems to be very sluggish. It's not the batteries. I never got a manual so I don't know what the symbols mean. When I turn the camera on there is an exclamation point and a hand that has a little symbol which would indicate the hand waving. How do I clear this up? What does it mean?

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I just looked it up in my manual, and the exclamation mark with the waving hand means: 'There is a strong likelihood of camera shake because the shutter speed is slow.' The remedy to this is: 'Use flash photography. However, use a tripod for some scenes and modes.'

It sounds like you need to adjust your shutter speed. I'm no expert and I consult my manual often, so if you need any assistance doing this or anything else, feel free to ask.

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