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# 214337 7-May-2017 17:48
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I recently bought a Sony DSC HX90V and I am having problems of the type of photography I was hoping to use it for which is Motorcycle trials which is mostly in poor light as usually in the bush so can't use flash as it might distract the rider.
I was hoping it was going to point and shoot as same as the camera from my LG G4 but I'm getting a lot of blurred shots it not a fast sport such as MX its more a question of balance in a section and it might get quicker to negotiate a sudden climb etc.
I took some shots today in Superior auto as I don't have clue to use in manual mode so what settings should I be using did ask at camera shop where I purchased it from an they blamed the SD card but I'm using Sony sdh1 (10) 70mb/s that was bundled with the camera and is pretty slow to re take another shot is this the problem?


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  # 1777258 7-May-2017 17:59
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The Scene Selection mode "SCN" has a Sport setting, and also an Anti Motion Blur setting you could try. Would be worth a crack? Otherwise manual settings may be the only way.




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