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    kevinblahh TPF Noob!

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    so in april im gonna be going to an indoor car show. i have a d40 and will be using the 18-55, im wondering what the best settings are to use so i dont come out with blurry shots because theres gonna be some low light situations, and i dont wanna be in there with a tripod haha. Any advice, thanks in advance.
     
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    Your best bet would be either a flash (like the excellent SB-400, or just your built in), using a higher ISO (Might result in noisy pictures) or bringing a tripod. If you use the built in flash, I would strongly recomend controling it manualy, I'm not a huge fan of TTL. I would seriusly consider bringing a tripod unless the object your shooting is in motion.
     

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