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I own an Olympus D-520 camera, whose sensitivity is equivalent to ISO 80-200. Judging by the specs, it seems that this is set automatically. However, every picture I have taken so far seems to have an ISO speed equivalent to ISO-80. I often have some blurry shots because my hand moves a bit when I'm taking a picture, especially those shots taken with the optical zoom. Would there be a way to change the ISO speed to set it higher than 80 so I would miss less shots? Thanks a lot!...

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    I own an Olympus D-520 camera, whose sensitivity is equivalent to ISO
    80-200. Judging by the specs, it seems that this is set automatically.
    However, every picture I have taken so far seems to have an ISO speed
    equivalent to ISO-80. I often have some blurry shots because my hand moves
    a bit when I'm taking a picture, especially those shots taken with the
    optical zoom. Would there be a way to change the ISO speed to set it higher
    than 80 so I would miss less shots? Thanks a lot!


    Ampersand Guest

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    "Ampersand" <ampersandyourbestfriend.com> gave Roy Batty a mean glare and
    said:
    >I own an Olympus D-520 camera, whose sensitivity is equivalent to ISO
    >80-200. Judging by the specs, it seems that this is set automatically.
    >However, every picture I have taken so far seems to have an ISO speed
    >equivalent to ISO-80. I often have some blurry shots because my hand moves
    >a bit when I'm taking a picture, especially those shots taken with the
    >optical zoom. Would there be a way to change the ISO speed to set it higher
    >than 80 so I would miss less shots? Thanks a lot!
    I haven't used the D520 but I've owned 5 Olympus digital cameras. You
    should be able to manually set the ISO.


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