Question about Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
I know they look great when you preview them on the LCD, but remember they are a lot smaller, Before you acept the shot, tak a few seconds to zoom into a detail (i always go for the eye to see if it is in focus - most imprtant on a portrait) if you are shooting (not in automatic mode) and are using a slow shutter speed 1/60th or less you will get blurry pics, you have to be at least that and open your apeture to let in more light, or change your ISO start in 100, then 200 to see if that helps. You didn't mention if you had a vibration lens, if you do make sure it is swithed on when hand holding the camera and OFF when you are using a tripod (otherwise they will be slightly out of focus) let me know if that helps or you need more.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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