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Old Aug 8, 2010, 7:06 PM   #11
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Camera movement - subject movement - slow shutter speeds = blur
Yeah, unfortunately, I have shaky hands for some reason. I have a Kodak Z612 that on "auto" produces EXCELLENT results (flash/indoors). Never had one blurry picture. The thing we hate about the Z612 is night pictures. HORRIBLE, not usable.

We were hoping for similar results on the DMC-FZ35 but, I am not there yet. Me and my wife are "auto" picture takers. We are not going to be changing the settings for each picture taken.

Can we get there?

Frank

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Old Aug 8, 2010, 7:27 PM   #12
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I think you can - the FZ35 can take great pictures. Try the suggestions I mentioned earlier.

You can also click over to the SCN mode - then click over each setting there and pick one that fits your situation but I would try the others fisrt before you get too flustered.

The iA mode does pretty good auto stuff.
Most people I think eventually get over to the P mode because you can tweak more settings.

I like keeping it simple. Just keep taking pictures - post a few and you'll get lots of help here.

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Yeah, unfortunately, I have shaky hands for some reason. I have a Kodak Z612 that on "auto" produces EXCELLENT results (flash/indoors). Never had one blurry picture. The thing we hate about the Z612 is night pictures. HORRIBLE, not usable.

We were hoping for similar results on the DMC-FZ35 but, I am not there yet. Me and my wife are "auto" picture takers. We are not going to be changing the settings for each picture taken.

Can we get there?

Frank
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