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Old Nov 27, 2010, 8:17 PM   #11
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Even with stabilization, or a tripod, you will get blur from subject movement. Your last shot shows that the cars are pretty sharp, but the people are a bit blurry. I think the answer here is more light, or a camera with better low light ability
From what you say, surely the answer is a higher shutter speed. Now, how to achieve that with a camera that isn't much good at higher ISOs.....

I'm afraid I agree that you need a better camera.
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Old Nov 28, 2010, 6:40 AM   #12
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so to avoid subject movement, snap the cars. u can only work with what you have. long term, if this is important, a better more suitable camera is necessary
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