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    Hi

    my fren have a Canon Ixus V2

    we did some ROM shot indoor and outdoor
    ALL set to AUTO
    *No flash is used*
    cuz my fren's fren who is taking the picture is a newbies

    the indoor
    ALL turn out to be super blur.....

    but the outdoor
    turn out to be very very clear

    why izzit like that
    luckily we have an analog camera..
    else ruin lar everything

    pls help and advise what we should do

    thanks

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    Indoor no flash = low shutter speed = camera motion + subject movement = blur.

    Outdoor no flash = high shutter speed (coz it's bright outside) = sharp pictures

    Regards
    CK

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    Try increasing the camera's ISO-equivalent settings. This may help a little, depending on just how dark the indoor conditions are. If you don't wish to use flash, try to position your indoor shots such that there is as much ambient light (from lamps or, preferably, sunlight) as possible.

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    i see thanks

    the ISO is set to 50

    but setting ISO to 100 will be grainy leh
    any other solution?

    if use flash
    the lighting will be very flat


    i notice 1 thing,
    why Fujifilm F601 take indoor pic without flash
    is quite nice
    izzit because of the different ISO?

    Kit

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    Originally posted by nicekit
    i notice 1 thing,
    why Fujifilm F601 take indoor pic without flash
    is quite nice
    izzit because of the different ISO?

    Kit
    believe it's more of the person pressing the shutter.
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    Originally posted by nicekit
    the ISO is set to 50
    but setting ISO to 100 will be grainy leh
    any other solution?
    We just have to get used to these kinds of tradeoffs in photography. Give it a try and see how things work out. In any case, a noisy photo is better than no photo than all! (Btw, technically speaking, for digital cameras there isn't really such a thing as 'graininess' in the film/slide sense, but it is true that images do tend to exhibit (digital) noise at higher ISO settings.)

    if use flash the lighting will be very flat
    An external flash will offer a great deal more flexibility, but I suspect that that option may be overkill in your friend's case....

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    sian liao lar

    my fren tried to send those blur + sharp ones to process

    turn out to be horrible except the sharp ones

    :P

    next time can set to ISO 100

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