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Use tripods for night shots

Some point-and-shoot cameras have optimized settings for nighttime shooting, but they require you to use a tripod because they have slower shutter speeds that will produce blurry hand-held shots. This photo of Shanghai’s Oriental Pearl Tower disappearing into the clouds was taken from a ledge across the water on the FujiFilm camera’s “night (tripod)” setting.

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