The results of our experiment showed that the camera shake correction function and auto high sensitivity help reduce blurring in images.
Even though you might not notice it, your hand shakes (differently for each person) when it's holding the camera - and shooting at a high zoom level makes your photo even more susceptible to blurring. That's why the camera shake correction function is so handy.
We found out that normal ISO "AUTO" is good for bright scenes and shooting still-life pictures with a tripod, while "AUTO-HI" works well with darker scenes and capturing moving subjects. Some people like to choose the ISO value by themselves, but the "AUTO-HI" function is convenient because all you have to do is choose the maximum ISO value. Then, the camera automatically selects the best ISO from that range. However, a high ISO value can hurt the quality of the image. That's why we recommend the auto high sensitivity "maximum setting" to get the minimum value in the non-blur range. It's also important to keep in mind that blurring can occur when the shutter speed is too slow or the subject is moving too quickly.
Try using the camera shake correction function and auto high sensitivity to take pictures without having to worry about blurring.