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Sony T1 Questions and/or Suggestions.

I have a sony t1 and when taking pictures inside with the flash on, the only way i can get a non-blurry picture is to rest my hand on something. this (i'm assuming) is due to the shutter speed of the lense being too low when the flash is on. if it is due to something else, please tell me. i also have an old canon digital camera and it happens very rarely with that one. is there any way i can adjust some settings in my camera to eliminate or reduce that problem?

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Re: Sony T1 Questions and/or Suggestions.

Having an ultracompact makes it hard to hold steady. A trick my dad taught me is to use the 2/3 second autotimer, which lets you push the shutter, take a breath, and hold still when the camera actually takes the picture.

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Re: Sony T1 Questions and/or Suggestions.

If your camera has a scene mode that is called "high speed", "sports", or "action", you can try using that scene mode with flash. Other than than, there is no way to adjust the shutter speed. There are several factors working against you. The T1 has a very weak flash (4.9 feet) and it will move the adjustments toward more light, which means slower shutter speeds. All light weight, small cameras are more difficult to hold steady. If it has a viewfinder, using the viewfinder will help because you are holding the camera to your head; which is steadier than your arms held out in front of you. Resting you hand on a solid object is a good solution, but not practical all the time.

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