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Motorsport pics when taking pics of cars on a race track and i zoom,the fence is clear and the cars in the background are blurry,any ideas please?

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  • shirleymoran Jul 13, 2008

    thanks,will give it a try,

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Hi,

If the fence was between the camera and the cars, then here's the answer:

The camera focused on the fence and not on the cars. When looking at the LCD screen there is a targeting area in the center, place this area on your subject, press the shutter button halfway to focus, then press it fully to take the picture.

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