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Just a quick tip before I head to work, increasing the ISO setting in your camera (a.k.a. making it more sensitive to light) makes it possible to use shorter exposure times. This will make your pictures less prone to be blurry because of camera movement. You will, however, get more grain in your pictures. The camera you have should have a good light sensitivity and less grain than point and shoot cameras so it might be fine.

Also, a polarising filter could take reflections off the glass, but it would lower how much light comes into the camera which might cause you to end up with blurry pictures. >.<;
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