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Shutter speed to slow!

I have two small kids and getting them to hold still for 30sec for a pic in impossable. I also have had problems with a lot of blury pics especially when I zoom in. Also where can I get a users manual. I lost mine.

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Either shoot with more light, like outdoors in the sun, or else force the flash on by pressing cursor-up (marked with a lightning bolt) and selecting the lightning bolt icon.

You may download a copy of the manual from here.

Posted on Aug 28, 2012

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SOURCE: D50, blury pics

Blur can occur if the shutter speed is too low relative to the degree of movement of your subject(s). While the 'sports' mode favors shutter speed and adjusts the focus for moving subjects, you may still need to increase the ISO (I'm not sure the camera does that automatically), or use flash, if feasible.
Alternatively, try panning the camera with your moving subject. This should blur the background, but keep the subject from blurring.
Finally, keep in mind that in sports photography, blur is sometimes a desired outcome that produces a sense of motion in an otherwise static photo.

Hope that helps.

Posted on Dec 09, 2007

SOURCE: blury and dark pictures

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Posted on May 22, 2008

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