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Photo's blur alot

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I bought the Panasonic FZ5 because it had so much megapixels but when I take photo's is blurs most of the time. My dads 3 megapixels of a Fugi takes beter pictures than mine!!!! Can you please help me to get the best pictures??

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Try settings your image stabilization to mode 1 or 2. If it helps then it's either a slow shutter speed or a shaky hand. Possibly even both. You can adjust the shutter speed in the manual mode (M on the dial) then press the exposure button (above the LCD on the right) then press left to increase the speed.

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Blurness doesn't happens because of the number of the pixels in the cameras.
Is the picture on the computer screen blur/the cameras screen or the lens hole?

I suggest you to set the camera on Automatic station (red camera on the wheel) in day light,try to stay still see how blur the photos are when you are not playing with the parameters. it it's still blurry it could be the pulley block next to the -eyepiece. roll it until it's not blur.

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Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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