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Pictures are unfocused unless flash in activated

My Nikon D70 camera will only produce in-focus pictures when the flash is enabled. When the flash isn’t enabled the pictures tend to be unfocused and much darker than the scene being photographed. This is especially the case indoors. Any advice on how to fix this issue is greatly appreciated! Perhaps replacing/cleaning components? Firmware update? Setting modification?

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Hi

The camera is fine. The problem lies with the settings you use. The shutter speed you use is too slow to prevent motion blur (the appearance of out-of-focus). Try to put the camera in shutter priority mode (rotate the mode dial until S is aligned with the white dot on the body). After that, using the thumb dial, rotate it until 125 (150/180/etc) or more is shown in the viewfinder and top panel LCD. Try to take a photo and see if the blurriness is still there.

If you have just started your journey with dSLR cameras, i would suggest you check out some tutorials on YouTube. This one is from Nikon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7mpyTXB... The basic principles are the same, so do not be discouraged if the model in the video is different than yours.

Cheers!

Bogdan

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Sandor Joseph さん、ありがとうございました!
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