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Camera does not pick up motion and take pictures all the time, and at night some pictures are all black.

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Need more info about the camera. Is this a Digital motion sensing trail camera. . . what brand?

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When I take a picture, it blurs at the slightest movement. What setting is wrong?


Put the main dial on the green camera logo. It is the automatic mode. Then the camera will try to pick the fastest shutter speed it can use to make a good picture. When you take pictures in one of the manual modes, like S, A or M, or in night shot mode, the shutter time can be so long you have motion blur.

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Why do I get blurry pictures on screen even when I'm focusing.


Go to MENU. Then TOOLS. Make sure Motion Detection is in AUTO.
If that is on AUTO then Put the camera on a hard surface (like tripod) and focus and see if image is still blurry. Lastly, it is difficult to focus in some conditions. Move the focus point, you can click on the screen to change it. Blur can be caused by: long exposures, camera motion during photograph, bad conditions unable to focus.

The focus routine in this camera gets confused often. It can be frustration. It will only be in focus when it is GREEN before you shoot and the camera is not shaking. At night it can take great night shots with a TRIPOD and Exposure set to -1 to -2.

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Motion works fine daytime records all night won't stop


cameras are more sensitive at motion during night time, also camera cable noise can trigger the camera to record continously

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My D40 camera will not make night pictures consistently. About 90% of the time pictures taken at night are just black. From what I have read on the forums this must be a very common problem.What is the...


D40s are well known for flash failures...in 3-shot burst mode, due to charge time of flash circuit, 1st pic good; next 2 black. Battery life greatly reduced in this mode.

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Flash will not "fire".


The camera has a "motion detector". And is generally for taking pictures automatically whenever a "subject", such as wild game, come within the detector.
That flash is for taking pictures of subjects less than 12 ft away and not a darkened area beyond 12 ft.

If you are using it to automatically capture in the evening, then point the camera lower, like to the ground 12 ~ 20 feet away. It will shoot some nice, but somewhat grainy pictures!

If you are holding the camera to take pictures, it wasn't designed for that, but it will work for "close" shots.

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No image in sports mode


Sports mode gives you a high shutter speed. Continuous just allows the camera to keep taking pictures as long as you hold the shutter button and keep the autofocus moving.
You need very high Iso capabilities (6400+) and very fast lenses (f1.8, f2.0, f2.8) to shoot indoor sports and night games under lights and stop motion without a very powerful flash system. Standard consumer stuff just can't do it and even with a good flash it cannot work very far.
You can set the camera to night mode and it will give you your highest iso and slow shutter speeds but you will end up with motion blur.
I shoot a D300($1600) and a 70-200mm F2.8($1900) and I can just barely get away with it. To do it right cost about $8000! I'm now professionally shooting just to pay for the next camera. Hobby too Hell in a hurry.

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Moultrie game camera won't flash


we get beutiful day pics, but totally black pics at night

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Night pictures do not come out


To take night photo's you need to use a tripod. this will enable you to take long exposures without the blur. If you use flash it will only illuminate objects near the camera.

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THE LCD SCREEN IS BLACK AND I CANT TAKE A PICTURE. BUT I CAN STILL VIEW MY PICS. THE CAMERA GOES THRU ALL THE MOTIONS LIKE IT IS TAKING A PICTURE BUT IT IS JUST COMING UP BLACK.


The LCD screen is black and I can't tace picture. But I can still view my pics. The camera goes thru all the motions like it is taking a picture but it is just coming up black.

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Black pictures at night


Yes, I've got the exact smae problem as Buckfever. no eyes, no nothing, just dozens of solid black images.

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