Nothing is more frustrating than getting home from a very memorable event only to find out that your photos have turned out to be blurry. Some people use camera stabilization systems to fix this problem. Investing in this kind of photography equipment can really boost the quality of your images but it could also cost you a little fortune. So it is important to know what really causes the problem before you decide to buy high-tech photography equipment such as camera stabilizers from Glidecam. First, let’s discuss the major causes of blurry pictures in digital cameras unless you are already an expert and can diagnose the problem right away. But most of the time, it’s hard to tell what is causing the photos to be blurry. One of the main causes of blurry images is because it is out of focus. Most DSLR cameras today have an auto-focus feature so there’s less chance that it will be out of focus. Another option is to use a camera stabilizer so you can control your camera and focus on your subject. The second major cause of blurry pictures is when the subject is moving while the shutter is open. When there is not much light around – for instance at night, or indoors – the digital camera compensates by opening the shutter for a longer period that normal. And while the shutter is open, your subject moves. You can avoid this by changing the settings of your camera. You can either turn on the flash or increase your ISO. Taking a subject in motion is really hard to capture. It require skills and a whole lot of patience and of course, a good-working equipment to be able to get a clear shot. For advanced photography, a camera slider is used to take smooth camera movements like those seen in films. The camera is usually mounted to the and a camera operator rides on it to control the camera.