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Old 04-05-2005, 04:12 AM   #1
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picture taking problem. sony cam

i have a sony dsc- v1 digi cam. but the thing is the picture came out blur. can anyone own a somy digi cam give me some advise? i can't get a sharp imagine like you guys... i was wondering wht's wrong with it??
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If your not using a tripod use one as it will really help steady the camera on those macro style shots.

More photo help can be found in the show off/photography forum.
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Try to use a tripod like fishfreek said, or if you must hand hold bump up the ISO setting to around 800 see if that works, or bump it up more if you must. HTH!!!
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i used the tripod. but the pic just did not come out sharp. i couldn't get the color right.
if i set the ISO to 800 ... too much "noise" (if that's what you guys called).

what else i can do? i took so so so many pics but i can't a right one!
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