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Hi i was wondering if you can let me know how you, know at what speed is your shutter speed? And, how you can get rid of the pictures being taken blurry

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I just got a new camera the dimagne x50
and i brang it out today and it was working fine it didnt drop or anything
i took a picture then turned it off then i turned it on agian and when it was on the camera format the light kept on blinking yellow for the longest time and wouldnt let me take a picture so i tried the video format and it worked so im just wondering why the video format is working and not the camera ?
has this happened to you? is there any way of fixing it?

Posted on Apr 02, 2008

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