My camera and many other digital cameras I've seen is an extreme light-hog. That is to say that it takes beautiful pictures outdoors, but in low-light situations it's had to get a good picture with a speed faster than 1/16 or 1/30.
Many of the indoor pictures I take end up with a lot of red and blue grains in them. Now, the obvious answer is "Use the flash, stupid" but the flash can sometimes overexpose the picture.
Now, being that most of my shots aren't staged, but more family event type situations, a re-sitting isn't an option.
Does anyone ...