Best camera settings?

Blazeeofglory

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Hi there!

I was wondering if anybody has any tips for the note 8s camera? It seems im getting more blurry photos than not...even with a steady hand. Is there a specific setting that can help this?

Thanks!
 

anon(7901790)

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What were the lighting conditions when you got the blurry shots?

Without knowing your shooting conditions it's difficult to figure out what is causing you to get blurry shots.
 

L0n3N1nja

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Usually blurry means the shutter speed wasn't fast enough for light conditions, or the image is out of focus.

Is the entire image blurry, or is it just motion that is getting blurred?
 

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Also, you didn't say if you were taking pictures of a moving object or stationary. Inside or outside makes a huge difference as well as natural outside lighting allows a much higher shutter speed. For higher shutter speeds, you need to increase the ISO, which only appears to go up to 800, which is not too high.
 

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