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Considering a Fujifilm s5000

Lately I've been very disappointed with the zoom pictures from the Sony DSC P72. My daughter has taken it to four concerts and got very blurry pics, even sitting as close to the stage as she was. The still, close pics are very sharp but for some reason that I don't know, the lights, movement whatever on stage is causing a lot of blur. I keep it on Auto because it's easier. I've tried making the ISO higher, but the pics seem worse. I've been considering this s5000 and wondered how clear and sharp the zoom pics are and the clarity of the audio in mpeg. Thank you in advance.....Sharlene

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Does this camera have the ability to zoom while in recording mode?

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