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  • i have purchased canon sx10IS ,but to my surprise its not giving

    i have purchased canon sx10IS ,but to my surprise its not giving me crystal clear pictures ..inspite of that ..i am getting images a bit blurred ...!!
    could any one of you please suggest which setting i have done wrong !! as in the starting i played with the settings and i think,may be i have done something wrong !!
    can u help me ...with default setting
    *I used "auto" mode for pics...

    please reply at :: kaul.shobhit@gmail.com


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    Does this camera support timelapse recording? Is it durable? Would this camera satisfy an avid photographer? What type of view finder does it have?
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  • Taking pictures of an indoor basketball game

    I have had the Canon PowerShot SX10 IS for about a month now. I have never been able to take any decent pictures of my daughter's basketball games, but am hoping to now that I have this new camera. I have the turn dial set on sports, but the problem I am having is that if my daughter is running or moving, she becomes a blur. The girls on the court that are not moving photograph great, but the ones who are moving are one big blur. What can I do to correct this? Again, these are indoor basketball games in a gymnasium? Thanks!

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    When I frame a picture to take that's indoors and where there is a ceiling light visible in the viewfinder, vertical bands of whitish light extend from the light itself al the way to the bootom of the frame (though these bands don't actually show up in the picture - only the view finder). Is this an issue with this camera or is my camera defective?