Why is my canon m50 never able to take good pictures indoors

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Re: Why is my canon m50 never able to take good pictures indoors

It’s not the camera’s fault. 
 It’s your understanding of photography that is causing you this frustration.

Without buying new equipment you will need to use much higher iso like 3200-6400 when using a kit lens and use good processing software to sharpen up and reduce noise in the images.

second option is add lighting which could be problematic with some animals.

You asked about better lens but what need to balance then is depth of field ( what’s in focus) vs how high up the iso scale your willing to go so look for lens with F1.2, f1.4 f1.8;etc

other than that you may want to consider going with a larger sensor camera and a fast zoom lens like the 24-70 f2.8 .

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