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We have taken many indoor photos that came out fuzzy> What is the best mode (setting) with or without flash?? Proper technique?

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Hi,
Best way is top set it on auto mode and keep cam steady while taking photo...
Other options are increase ISO, aperture and EV level bit increasing ISO will reduce quality of picture so try to set ISO till 400, And I will advised you to never go beyond 800...

Or increase the amount of light in the room...
Hope this has helped you,,, thanks...

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If you're indoors in a museum, or aquarium etc, it would be best to turn the flash off. This will eliminate the flash reflecting into your photos.
If you need to use a flash, make sure you're not squared on the glass. IF you're at a direct, 90 degree angle from the glass, that's when the flash will reflect off the glass and back into your lens. An angle between 50-70 degrees will all the light from the flash to illuminate the subject on the opposiite side of the glass without reflecting.
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