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I am using the DX7590 in sport mode inside a gym for a volleyball game and the pics all blurry. How can I correct this. Trying to use the flash, makes the pictures very dark.

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The flash is useless unless you're down on the floor. You need to set the ISO to a higher number. This will make the shutter speed faster and stop the action. You'll need to experiment to find the correct number.

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