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Blurry Shots I am taking pictures at a theatre during rehearsal and I am getting blurry shots. I have and image stabilizer lens, but still I am not getting the results I am desiring.

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Your best bet is to either go to the store where you bought the camera or consult your manual which was surely in the box with it. There should be a tutorial on how to 'perfect' either the focus or the stabilizer lens. If not, then you should consider going to the store and ask them.

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