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Shaky hand symbol and bad quality photos

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I think that some of the settings on my camera must be wrong - I keep getting a shaky hand symbol and the photos that I take are really bad quality and blurred.
I dont have shaky hands and the camera used to work just fine - is there anything that can be done because I am getting to the point of throwing away a camera thats only a year or so old.
Thanks
Jo

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Good day,

to disable/enable the "shaky hand" symbol of your camera, just select the Picture Stabilization icon on the dial on top of the FinePix F30.

i hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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