i asked a few questions else where . this is the reply.
Steady hands and a high shutter speed can never be underestimated. However, you can develop the skills necessary to shoot steadier photos with a little practice.
Take a deep breath, let it halfway out as you press down to release the shutter. It should almost be a surprise exactly when the shutter clicks.
This advice holds true for every film camera and most prosumer to pro dSLRs. Point and shoot digital cameras and cell phones may experience more shutter lag, in which case, yes. Take your breath, let it halfway out, press the shutter and don't continue your breathing motion for a count of one-two. This should help mitigate natural body movement/hand shake in images.
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