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Posted 13 July 2018 - 03:24 AM
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Posted 16 July 2018 - 08:34 AM
At 1/6 of a second, it is normal for an image to show blur from the movement of the camera. assuming it isn't on a tripod being remotely triggered. While it isn't obvious in most situations, we feel still, but we are not totally still and the images above all seem to show the same issue. It isn't just the shutter speed though. You have shutter speed, aperture and ISO which all impact how the final image looks. To be sure on things we would need all three settings to fully understand what happened.
However, here is a simple test you can do. Try and take an image outside in daylight - a portrait of a friend, a photo of a building or something like that. You should get a much faster shutter speed which should allow for clean focus. Regardless, post it here with the shutter speed, aperture and ISO settings and we will be able to help you move forward...