I've recently upgraded from my D200 to D300. I've gone through the process of customizing the D300 settings, twice. Most were similar to what I had on the D200. SITUATION: My first shots today were taken with the D300 and 24-70 (also new) and were of a recently re-upholstered antique sofa in my entry way. There was some natural light coming through our double beveled glass entry doors. For the first few shots I used the internal flash in both P and A mode, adjusting ISO from 400 up to 3200. Then I tried no flash, but still using ISOs of 400 to 3200 in A priority. In A modes, I used f stops of 2.8, 3.3 or 4 - nothing smaller. PROBLEM: In all cases, the shutter speed was VERY slow. Interestingly, @ ISO 3200 and f3.3, the exposure meter indicated 1/90 of a second. But it sounded MUCH slower. And, in fact, the photo is blurry. Typically I can hand-hold at least 1/30th! No +/- exposure or flash compensation was set. Auto ISO is off. Tomorrow I will go outside and take a few test shots in the sun, with both the 24-70 and one of my older lenses to see if that works. Hopefully nothing is wrong with the camera and is simply some setting or ??? Any ideas? Thanks so much!