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Blurry night photos in full zoom

I have a canon ixus90is and am having trouble when i take a photo at night in full zoom my photos come out blury

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    Hi, Are you using a tripod? Are you using auto or manual exposure?

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Night photos and full zoom will cause your camera to choose a long shutter speed. You need to use a tripod for those pictures.

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