You should try Night Sight pictures of your kids during the day. It won't blur your kids. I'm too tired atm to write a long explanation, but I checked some pictures beside the window today and the exposure time of the first frame was about 1/640s. Your kids won't be blurred until it's longer than about 1/100-1/200s.wearysky wrote: ↑Apr 10th, 2019 11:06 amOut of curiosity, why do you use night sight during the day? The extra time it takes to take a shot is prohibitive enough for me to only use it sparingly at night as it is, I can't imagine using it during the day (especially with fast moving subjects like my kids or the new puppy). Unless you're primarily shooting relatively still subjects (landscapes, adults that know how to stand still )
PS: again, if you never or rarely look at your pictures at 100% then the HDR+ mode is more than good enough most of the time.