Camera Shake

Camera Shake is used to describe what happens when you use a slow shutter speed and the camera moves while the shutter is open, resulting in a blurry photo.  Camera shake can be avoided by using a faster shutter speed and it is suggested to use at least 1/(lens length)- for example, if you use a 200mm lens, you should use a shutter speed faster than 1/200s.

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