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Old Jun 27, 2010, 11:04 AM   #11
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i dont think its the camera. but the operator. do you have the image stabilizer turned on?
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Old Jun 28, 2010, 6:29 PM   #12
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i dont think its the camera. but the operator. do you have the image stabilizer turned on?

I think that was totally uncalled for! No reason to be nasty. I thought this was a forum to help not bash people. And to answer your question....yes it is on.
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Old Jun 28, 2010, 11:23 PM   #13
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i wasnt being nasty. im sorry you took it that way. im sorry that you cant take a little criticism. i was just giving you my opinion. i have read over the years people complain that they cant get the picture right. and always blame the equipment. i even done that when i first started. and i learn from them remarks. one good thing about digital cameras is that you can take lots of photos and experiment with different settings. and learn from that. and the ones you dont like. you can just delete. there is a lot of tutorials out there to learn from. just go out there with your camera and enjoy your self
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Old Jun 29, 2010, 2:25 AM   #14
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I think something IS wrong now with my camera.. In apeture mode the shutter is always on 1/30 1/ 60 or 1/80. It won't go up anymore. I know you can't change it in this mode but I just noticed this.....OH NO!! I can switch to manual and then the shutter goes up to whatever I choose but for some reason on Aperture it wants to stay at that shaking point! What should I do???
What conditions are you shooting in when you get these shutter speeds? If you point the camera at a bright light source does the shutter speed go up, how about in daylight?

It sounds like you are in a low (ish) light situation so it is just the physics stopping the shutter speed going up.
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What conditions are you shooting in when you get these shutter speeds? If you point the camera at a bright light source does the shutter speed go up, how about in daylight?

It sounds like you are in a low (ish) light situation so it is just the physics stopping the shutter speed going up.
It works now. I was just in low light situations.
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