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Nikon d80 continuous mode

I keep getting a blurred image instead how can I correct this

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Re: nikon d80 continuous mode

Could possibly be that you have the camera set to rear curtain sync

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Re: nikon d80 continuous mode

This can be that the flash sync speed of the camera is not correct. There may not be enough exposure from the flash to the subject during the opened curtain (shutter) sequence.

Jerry G.

Posted on May 17, 2008

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