Fujifilm FinePix HS10 superzoom

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    #2 ctjcad, Feb 3, 2010
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    us$500 for prosumer equipment of this class is very cheap already, especially compared to the price of canon/nikon pro lenses.
     
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    i own one of this H10 since couple months ago, but i am no photographer expert.. nor even as intermediate. Most of the time, i use H10 with tripod just to video-shooting some badminton games. I highly appreciate if someone could step-by-step teach me few intermediate techniques to use this Fujifilm H10:

    1. Blurry effect at someone background (Potrait & Potrait Enhancer modes don't really make the background blur)
    2. Photo taking during night time in the mountain (low light situation) -- I tried Night, Sunset, Night Tripod modes... without flashlight (i have no idea how to manually set the flashlight according to my need) but the result is black-shadowed people and bit blur of moon.

    Should i set manually set up the ISO (to which level?), Exposure mode, AF, and so on?

    There was once i tried to take continues photo (continues shooting mode, ISO 200/400) upto 7 pics at once of some badminton player do jump smash. All the 7 photos were blurred unlike on H10 advertisement.


    Thank you for any helps.
     

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