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Blurry pics I am getting a lot of blurry pictures when I am in auto mode and also the modes where I can adjust the settings. I tried to make the shutter speed faster and it has not helped. I admit usually I'm trying to get pictures of my daughter that is moving around but there has to be something I can do???

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  • donna wells Jun 22, 2007

    I changed the shutter speed to 1/100 and iso to 400 and it seems to have worked so far. Thanks for your help!

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If it is a moving image that is blurred- them up the shutter speed or the ISO settin. What about Flash Do you 'Pan' your shots?

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