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Photography

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Virocon, Mar 15, 2003.

  1. Virocon

    Virocon Regular Member

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    I have a Canon Powershot S200 digital camera and I noticed that catching badminton in action on "film" is very difficult. A lot of the shots come off blurry when I don't use flash because the camera needs to take more time to capture more natural light and within that time the players have already moved (seeing as badminton is such a quick sport). But when I do use flash the backdrop is completely darkened. Does anyone have this camera or something similar to it and know how to adjust the settings so that it is caters to badminton shots?

    Jason
     
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    Thanks for those links Cheung. They were very helpful.

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