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A common problem that our mini class attendees have when using their cameras is ‘camera shake’. That's when images come out out of focus or blurry – usually because the camera wasn't held still enough when the shutter is pressed. It's most prominent when shots are taken in low light situations & the shutter is open for lower shutter speeds . Even the smallest movement of the camera can cause that and the only sure way to eliminate it is with a tripod. Wait, you say...Isn't that what image stabilzation's for? Well, the built in stablization programs in current cameras do help in steadying the camera...
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