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    Hello.
    I have a difficulty with my Samsung Wave camera. It doesn't stabilize picture. Even when there is enough light, I cannot get absolutely sharp picture. I'm a human being and my hands cannot be tightly fixed, it is impossible to avoid micro movements when you keep your cell in hands and press the capture button to take a picture. But it seems that this phone wants me to be a robot. I have anti-shake option ON, but it doesn't help. One day I made 15 pictures of the same place but neither of them was sharp. I tried to fix my hands using a nearby wall, but no effect. Maybe it is because of shutter speed? Maybe it's too slow? I don't know. Somebody, please, give me an advice how to take a sharp picture with such camera.


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    Re: Samsung Wave - Advice on camera stabilization

    are you sure you have enough light? Is the camera focusing? Do you get different results with the flash on?
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    Re: Samsung Wave - Advice on camera stabilization

    Sure, absolutely sunny day. I keep the button half pressed to focus camera, the image on the screen is absolutely sharp, focused. But when I fully press the capture button, the image gets ghosted, doubled, tripled, blurred, distorted as if I was jumping at this moment. I tried to turn on flash, it doesn't help. Have no idea what this camera wants from me..



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    Re: Samsung Wave - Advice on camera stabilization

    So, nobody has anything to say.



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    Re: Samsung Wave - Advice on camera stabilization

    What does it mean? "thank you" is supposed to be said for helping in resolving problem, isn't it? Instead, I see that nobody knows the issue. But it's ok, because you don't know everything, do you?



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