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Blurred movement pictures

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I have a Sony Cybershot DSC H9 with the 15 X zoom. I have attached my manual pages (3) with the information on my manual adjustments. Again, thank you.

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    my argus quickclix 5150 camera keeps taking blurred pictures
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