Hello, im just an amatuer photogrpaher with a general quetion here. I have a Casio Exilim EX-Z60. I find that if I switch the flash off, and jus take a picture using the natural light, however steady I hold it I can never get as sharp non-blurred picture as I do when the flash is on. With the flash on I can take great sharp cystal clear photos, but with the flash off it is almost impossible to get a non-blurred, even if only slightly, photo. I can understand that if I have a long exposure time, like on the night time setting, that unless its reasting on something completely still its going to be blurred, but even with a quick photo it is difficult. Basically are there any tips or ways that you more advanced photographers know to prevent this from happening? On my camera I notice you can either press down hard on the snapper to take it straight away or press it softly and it seems to take it slower. I dont know what this is, maybe something to help improve the sharpness of the photo? Any help appreciated.