Any movement creates blurring.

I have an A-35 that I bought about a year and a half ago and from its initial use, any movement makes whatever is moving blurred. Even if you slowly walk in front of the camera, your foot that is planted on the ground would be relatively clear, but your foot that is swinging forward is blurred to the point where all detail is lost. If whatever you are photographing isn't standing still it will be blurred. I looked at some photos that a friend had taken with his Browning game cam and one was of a Crow captured mid-air. The Crow's wings are flapping and the wings aren't blurred. Can someone explain to me why even slow movement blurs on my camera and my friends Browning camera can photograph wings flapping with no blur?

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