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What your are trying to do can be very difficult. First is with a 75-300mm lens you are going to have a hard time keeping the camea steady...I suggest a monopod. Set the camera for Action shots ISO-1600...you will need a shutter speed at least 250th of a sec. to get decent action shots.
Try upping the asa number for night shots to aminimum of 400 and also the built in flash is really only good for about 15 ft of quality exposure. regrettably the cure for quality shots is the sb600 or if budget allows the sb800 flash with 15 min rechargable batteries. cures a multitude of problems out to about 45 yards.
There are ways to deal with this problem. As others have said,
your camera appears to be normal.
Consider using "dark frame subtraction" to successfully employ
long shutter speeds. The technique involves capturing two images
using the same exposure time and the same camera temperature.
One of the images is your picture. The other (the "dark image") is
captured with the lens cap on, or other suitable way to block all light.
Then using one of the more sophisticated photo editing applications,
"subtract" the "dark image" from your picture. This technique will
dramatically reduce the noise, because moist of the noise is deterministic,
but is highly dependent on shutter speed and on CCD temperature.
Of course you can use flash at night, but only for subjects
that are close enough to the camera - not for a subject such
as your stjernehimmel 2 photo
Well, I think you have a problem because you cannot take still shots at night :) Not even with the best SLR. The camera as to get light to make the picture.
My advices are, not only use the tripod but when you shoot, but set the timer function so you don't touch the camera when it shoot's and use a high time of exposure like 2 or 5 seconds depending on the subject...
Make several experiences with low resolution and when you suceed, make it with a higher resolution
I've tried some night shots, and I would either adj the exposer compensation level, or you can lower the ap value witch would increase the diaphragm opening.
try this out and tell what you get.
I believe you can adjust your iso settings, too much you might get some digital noise.