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Re: Blurry Photos

danaillie said.........

"I just got my camera at the end of March."

 

Then she said........

"I have a Canon EOS Ti Rebel"

 

There is no 'Canon EOS Ti Rebel' model I am aware of.  But if she 'just got my camera at the end of March' it is not likely to be a T1i.  Perhaps but not likely.  

 

danaillie when you supply a little more info and/or a sample all this will not be as confusing or overwhelming.  Some tend to make it more challenging then it actually is. It may be as simple as kicking you ISO up. 

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Re: Blurry Photos

I mis-read... I thought it said "T1i".  I read that a bit too quickly.  

 

All EOS cameras can use Canon Digitial Photo Professional -- so Danaillie should still be able to download the most recent version regardless of the T1i through T7i camera model.

 

Tim Campbell
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Re: Blurry Photos

Most of the Canons have a sport setting which will help you get the shots you need

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