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Adele P.

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  1. Thank you George and jerryy! I will give it a try keeping in mind your recommendations.
  2. Hi, there! Thank you so much for the reply. I uploaded two examples on Flickr. Here is the link: https://flic.kr/ps/3UtHG7 The photos were shot moments apart. The clear one was shot at 1/320 sec. f/6.4 34.3mm, ISO 1250. The blurry one was at 1/20 sec. f/6.4 34.3mm, ISO 1250. I think the shutter speed was set to automatic. I would really appreciate some shutter speed recommendations for situations like these- when the light is good and also when the light is not that good- for example, evening. I did not use the flash. The sensor looks clean. I bought the came
  3. Hello! I have recently purchased the XT-3 and it came with the 18-55 lens. I had read very good reviews about how this is not just a kit lens and that it's pretty sharp for a basic zoom. However, I have not found this to be my experience. I don't think that my copy has an issue necessarily, but that it maybe I'm doing something wrong or maybe the lens is just more sensitive in general. I took some good pictures with it, but a lot of the times they come out blurry or hazy. I took them hand-held, but I didn't move my hands nor the camera. The subject was not moving either. OIS was on, thoug
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