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How to Avoid taking Blurry Photos on your Sony Cyber-shot® camera

by Sarah 03/30/2012

Ever run into the issue where you’re at your son’s Tae Kwon Do tournament and that very moment he jumps up to show off his awesome kick, you take a picture and it turns out blurry? Or how about the time you went to take the picture of your grandma as she’s blowing out her candles at her 80th birthday party, and because it’s dark… you’re right… blurry photo again. Yes we’ve all been there and it’s a terrible feeling every time it happens. Well no more worries! We can help you avoid those pesky blurry photos!

My colleague, Peg, has put together another how-to video for the Sony Listens YouTube™ channel to show you some tips on how to take those darker moment or action moment photos and eliminate the blur when using our Sony point-and-shoot cameras. Check out the video below and also feel free to follow along with the written instructions from our eSupport website.

Video: How to avoid blurry photos

I’d love to see how your photos came out! Let me know how the steps helped you. I enjoy reading your comments and appreciate the feedback on the videos. I’m glad to hear they’re helping you. Also, don’t forget to let the Sony Listens team and I know what you want to see featured in our future tips and tricks blogs.

To see more tips, tricks and how-to videos on your Sony camera, please visit the SonyListens YouTube channel. Features and Functions for Cameras

 

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  1. Anonymous wrote: November 15, 2012 2:43pm

    i’ve been trying to capture a lighted fart with no blur and your video helped! Thanks,shake & bake!

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  2. Arnoldwebs.com wrote: February 21, 2013 4:29pm

    My brother give me a sony cybershot. i want to become a pro photographer someday. thanks for the tips i have a problem about in blurr image

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