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Old 12-27-2012, 04:36 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Tannhauser View Post
2. How are you holding the camera? I can never get indoor pics worth a damn without having the camera resting on something. One of those little bendy tripods is great, but a table or back of a sofa can help. Even leaning against something can sometimes help.
Yeah, that's a big problem with cameras, the smaller camera, the more fiddly it is to get a stable base...with the larger lens cameras, place one hand under and around the lens, one hand around the body (side), and jam the elbows against the body to stabilise it completely. That should help with blur, if it's through movement.
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