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Blurry pictures are not an easy photoshop fix. If the image is out of focus or has a motion blur it will be very tough. It really depends on what you are looking to use the image for as well. Sharpening can help but will be noticable if you try to make a large print.
There must be a problem with the circuit within the digital camera. if that is not the case then it is most likely the lens and imaging processor, since this is a Physical problem and not a software issue. due to maybe an excess of dust or rust had been formed due to humidity. i would recommend for you to take the camera to you local electronic store and ask them if they can help you with your issue. other than that nothing much can be suggested.
The biggest thing is to make sure the macro switch is in the proper position. This is the switch on the end of the camera, near the SD card slot. If you're taking a picture of something close to the camera (about five feet or one-and-a-half meters, or closer), set it to the flower position. Otherwise set it to the mountain position. Other than that there's not much you can do to affect the focusing.
While not a focusing issue, also make sure you hold the camera steady. If you're getting blurry pictures it may not be a focus problem. Try setting the camera down on a table (or better yet, use a tripod) and take a shot. Then turn on the self-timer and take another shot (the self-timer gives the camera a chance to stop jiggling after you press the shutter release button). Look at the results to see if the blurring was caused by focus or camera motion.
basically, dont use a video camera for still photos. All it does is freeze the frame when you "take the picture". This means any photots will be blurred. I am afraid your xmas pics are likely not repearable wothout a lot of time in photoshop.
Next year, ask for a still camera!
Sorry i cant be of more help
you could try 2 things.. check the configuration if its been changed.. the best thing you could try is do a factory reset... there must be an option to set your camera to default values.. the other thing is cleaning the lens with something really smooth, otherwise you could scratch the lens.. hope that works
Blur can occur if the shutter speed is too low relative to the degree of movement of your subject(s). While the 'sports' mode favors shutter speed and adjusts the focus for moving subjects, you may still need to increase the ISO (I'm not sure the camera does that automatically), or use flash, if feasible.
Alternatively, try panning the camera with your moving subject. This should blur the background, but keep the subject from blurring.
Finally, keep in mind that in sports photography, blur is sometimes a desired outcome that produces a sense of motion in an otherwise static photo.