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Need help with taking photos indoor at night with Kodak DX4530

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      12-30-2003, 05:26 AM

I'm not getting good photos with my Kodak DX4530. I'm shooting indoor at
night, with lights and flash on. I'm also trying to take photos of cats who
can't stop moving I am using a tripod too. I get red eyes, blue eyes,
green eyes, etc... especially a big problem with the cats. I tried using the
red eye reduction flash. I sometimes also get some ghosting, even while
using the tripod. Any tips will be much appreciated. I would think the
problem is with my photo skills (almost none), not with the camera... but
who knows, it is a cheap camera after all.


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