Question about Cameras
This is a general problem with low light. Because there is less light, the camera needs to hold the shutter open longer to collect enough light. This leads to two causes of blurring. First, because the shutter is open longer, the camera tends to move if you're holding it. Second, the subject may be moving, especially if you're taking pictures of people or pets.
There are several things you may be able to do to reduce the blurring.
Put your camera on a steady surface, or better yet, use a tripod. At the least, brace yourself and/or the camera against a wall, a table, or whatever.
Put more light on the subject if you can. Consider using your flash.
Many cameras allow you to increase the sensitivity of the sensor. Since you didn't specify the make and model, I'm afraid I can't give you specific instructions on how to do this.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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