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Help me it’s taking horrible photos

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I was messing with my girlfriends a6100 camera and I screwed it up I don’t know how t fix it. It focus on something and I go to snap the photo and it looks like I was slinging the camera around. 
 

help me please before I get chewed out.

 

thanks,

bobby

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On 10/26/2020 at 3:01 AM, BobbyGibson96 said:

it looks like I was slinging the camera around.

No clue what that means, so no idea what you did. If you mean all blurred,  then maybe you just changed the shutter speed.

Own up. Maybe she knows the camera well enough to just fix whatever you did.

 

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