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I recently got a Fujifilm Finepix S9000 and it takes pretty sharp pictures but I am having a few problems with it. I know how to set Super Macro mode, but unlike my old point and shoot camera it isnt blurry till you get to the focus.. it's the opposite. Also I've never learned much about 1/1000 or whatever and I'm just looking for the mode that makes the subject sharp and the background blurry.. maybe it's the shutter speed? I read the manual and I followed the directions... turn to "M" move some lil thing that is blurry when I turn it and it didn't do anything or change the numbers like I read. My email is powershot-grl89@hotmail.com

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I'm sorry go the Letter S for SHUTTER SPEED, M is for Manual Operation, set to lower then to the Highest, and you will see the differnce.
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Yes set your Dail for M for Motion, and if that doesn't work try and set your ISO to 1600, that should eliminate the PROBLEM..
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