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Old 2017-01-10, 10:30 PM   #8
Denyer
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Originally Posted by HotShot81 View Post
What I mean by white light is that some lights in my home have a certain tint to the light. While a few others are pure white, as in they have no tint. Does that clear things up?
Use the custom white balance setting --

http://www.canon.co.uk/support/consu...tcm:14-1227358

The less light the less the camera can adapt to any movement at all. Apart from old tricks like holding a camera close to the body and taking the shot after exhaling, a solid surface or tripod is really the only way to reduce blur.

None of the Canons I've had have had image stabilisation (too old, the most recent is a beater A495) but as long as you treat them more like traditional film cameras than point-and-click models they've usually got reasonable lenses and image quality.
 
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