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I have a canon EO5 digital camera and when I am inside a gym or when lights are dim and I try and take a picture of someone moving it is blurry. I don't know how to set the ISO on the camera and how to adjust. Please help I am going to be inside tomorrow and need to take pictures of my daughter

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Canon doesn't have an EO5 camera, but they do have an EOS 5D. Is this the camera that you have?

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