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Photo quality problems

Hi I took some pictures of some boats over the weekend, with my Canon G6. Unfortunately when i got home and checked the pictures I noticed that teh writing on the boats (i.e advertising) was not clear at all. What could be the reason for this?? Coudl it be that teh camera shook while taking the pcitures?? The picture files are approx 1.8 megs. Thanks

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Re: photo quality problems

Besides the issues of focus or shutter speed causing things like camera motion, the file size indicates less than highest resolution and probably more the minimal jpeg compression. Too much compression could reduce detail.

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