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Old 27-05-2006, 05:18 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by illusionist
Ocellatus, it means that the shutterspeed is too low. Try using a tripod or put the camera on a stable structure, it would help alot. Also, squeeze the shutter, don't press down suddenly. Although this may not seem really important, in macro, the camera movements are amplified so it's best to do so yep.
Thanks pal! This is truly valuable info!

I will try it on something tonight!
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