Hello! I have a digital camera, specifically Canon PowerShot G5, don't know if you're familliar with it.. I usually shoot in Horseball games (not sure if you know this sport, but it has horses and lots of speed). The games can either happen in or outdoors and during the day or at night. Outdoors, at night, as you can imagine, the lightning is very poor and, even indoors it can be pretty rough as well. So, I have to move the camera a lot and the game has lots of movement itself, so I have to use a high shutter speed, so it won't get blurred. But then, specially in low lightning, the photo gets to dark and with lots of noise. I've already tried lots of shutter speeds and appertures compensations, even played a bit with ISO's and, even using flash, it either gets blurred or noisy. And I can't use any zoom lens or anything like that, because the camera won't allow it, so I'm stuck with these manual features. I'm really amateur, and have very poor experience yet, only know the basics. But I understand that this camera is very good for me, and I'd like to know how to improve this, cause I know it is possible, for sure! I just don't know how to.. :cry: So, I'm asking: what shutter speed, apperture, ISO, flash (even lenses or filters just to know, in case I use another camera), etc, etc, whatever you think it's best, should I use for low light sports photography? Please, tell me what you think, help me! :hail: Thanks in advance!