Question about Cameras
In darker settings your chip will imitate a slower film speed. The aperture will remain open longer (than it would in bright light) to allow enough light in to the light sensitive chip. Small movements of your subjects would show as fuzziness. If you change your setting to sports or action setting the speed will be faster and there will be no blurring. Then you will have a light issue so use a flash.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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