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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    firstly i assume you are not shooting in "auto mode" (green rectangle icon), but in the "landscape" vari-program mode (mountain icon), and the "portrait" vari-program mode (face icon).
    wa.. now that you have said this, it makes a lot more sense..

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    Oh... do you mean shooting the photo HORIZONTALLY and VERTICALLY?

    For your very first post about blur in "vertical" shots...it might be your holding position not comfortable for your to hold the camera properly. That's why you get the shaky output (blur).

    And the test you did. Without Flash is what it is causing the blur also. Your camera did the compensation by setting a longer exposure (slow shutter speed) and it's so easy to get camera shakes.

    Quote Originally Posted by langzi View Post
    Hi all...

    Thanks for all the comments.... be it +ve or -ve!!!

    no pic yet.... lazy to create a online ablum (OT abit, btw which site is best recommended for the online ablum?)!!!

    Did a experiment just now.... i try again taking an object in landscape n portait.

    1st: snap the object in landscap w/o flash in auto mode, output - blur.

    2nd: snap the object in portait w flash. output - clear!!!

    so i guess must be due to the lighting, am i rite to say that??? or is that anyhow causes??

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    hi langzi,

    firstly i assume you are not shooting in "auto mode" (green rectangle icon), but in the "landscape" vari-program mode (mountain icon), and the "portrait" vari-program mode (face icon).

    for the 1st pic, the landscape vari-program mode will automatically set the smallest aperture for greatest depth of field, and therefore the longest shutter speed to achieve the correct exposure. snapping the object in this mode handheld without flash indoors will give you blurry pics because of camera shake.

    for the 2nd pic, the portrait vari-program mode will automatically set the largest aperture for smallest depth of field, with correspondingly shortest shutter speed to achieve the correct exposure. snapping the object in this mode handheld with flash indoors will result in a sharp pic because the exposure time is very short due to to the lighting from the flash.

    cheers,
    z.

    my bad..... poor england...l.

    should be HORIZONTALLY and VERTICALLY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaBeanz View Post
    Base on the scenario, you are most probably right to say lack of sufficient light is the cause of the blur. Hand shake and object moving will cause blurring in low light. You should see some blinking icon in your viewfinder, telling you to use your flash.

    p.s. you should use the same mode, with and without flash in your experiment to confirm lighting is the issue though
    ya.... both use the same mode.... only diff is with or without flash!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by langzi View Post
    ya.... both use the same mode.... only diff is with or without flash!!!
    chey!!

    with flash and without flash are the main reason make the difference in results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaBeanz View Post
    Base on the scenario, you are most probably right to say lack of sufficient light is the cause of the blur. Hand shake and object moving will cause blurring in low light. You should see some blinking icon in your viewfinder, telling you to use your flash.

    p.s. you should use the same mode, with and without flash in your experiment to confirm lighting is the issue though
    i thought the blinking green circle means the camera is unable to achieve focus?
    nth to do with flash.

    but of cos, if u use either the built in flash or ext hotshoe flash, they will enable AF-assist light to emit, thus enable the camera to achieve focus (continuous green soild circle in VF)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fragnatic View Post
    i thought the blinking green circle means the camera is unable to achieve focus?
    nth to do with flash.

    but of cos, if u use either the built in flash or ext hotshoe flash, they will enable AF-assist light to emit, thus enable the camera to achieve focus (continuous green soild circle in VF)
    I meant the blinking flash icon in the viewfinder

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    Flash warning: If there's not enough light, the flash icon flickers in the viewfinder as a warning that flash is needed. You can turn this feature off.

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