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HELP!!! My DSC H50 shows vibration warning almost always!!!

My new Sony DSC H50 is showing vibration warning whenever the lighting condition is a little poor or artificial lighting is used! It shows such warning even in NIGHTSHOT mode!!! Is it a malfunction?? Plzzzzz help me out of this vibrating mess!!!!!

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it means

It has to use a shutter speed that cannot be compensated for by the image stabilization. The only option is to kick in the double IS on that camera. If that doesn't work then it's just too dark.

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I had a Nikon that did that. The basic problem involved

In reply to: HELP!!! My DSC H50 shows vibration warning almost always!!!

pushing the shutter button which caused the movement. I got around it by using the timer. I would concentrate on holding the camera steady and let the timer trigger the shutter. That did solve the problem.

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