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I have shudder and my camera is having trouble focusing...can you help please?

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Lots of cameras have vibration reduction or image stabilizer lenses. You could try them. Or try having the camera on a tripod and using a timer or remote control to trigger it so that you do not have to hold it and let it shake.

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"Night" - will assume you need a very long shudder speed. while the camera will take pictures in lower amounts of light, you also have to work harder to keep the camera still.
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"Landscape\Panoramic" - This setting is the opposite of portrait and assumes that the landscape is the main focus of the picture regardless of activity in front of the camera.

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memory card... check to see if your card reader firmware can be updated... older card readers cannot not read 1 or 2 gb cards

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If the camera is having trouble doing an auto focus you can try the FOCUS LOCK feature. This feature allows you to focus on another subject roughly the same distance away from you, and then move the camera back to your original subject and take your picture without losing that focus. First turn the camera on and locate the AutoFocus Target Mark in the center of the LCD. The AF Target Mark resembles an open and close bracket [ ]. Position this AF Target Mark on a subject roughly the same distance away from you as the subject that the camera is having trouble focusing on. Press the shutter button halfway enabling the lens to focus. While keeping the shutter button pressed halfway, move the camera back to include the subject you originally wanted in the image, then press the shutter fully. (Please see page 42 in the D-535 Zoom Reference Manual in Section 3, under the heading titled “If Correct Focus Cannot Be Obtained”, for a more detailed explanation.)

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Focus on a particular subject


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