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Old Dec 3, 2002, 7:19 AM   #1
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Default Nikon 4300

Recently, I purchased a Nikon 4300. Overall, the camera performs well and I am pleased with it. There are two problems that have showed up:
1. When taking flash pictures in medium light situations, there is a blur along with a sharp image. I know this is caused by the shutter being open too long causing a blurred image with a sharp flash image superimposed on it. Is there any way to adjust for this?
2. Shadows have too much grain effect. Even at ISO 100. Is there a fix other than using one of Fred Miranda's PhotoShop actions?

Any help would be appreciated, Thanks.
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Old Dec 3, 2002, 8:25 AM   #2
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1. Maybe you use the wrong flashsetting. For ordinary flashshooting be sure not to set the flash to "slow sync". Handheld this will often give you blurred AND sharpen pics.

2. If it's just the shadows which is grainy. Open the pic in an editor mark the shadow softly...then blur it. This will in some pics help a lot!
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