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Blurry bright pictures

If i take a picture outside or in the light, it comes out very blurry and the brightness overrides the actual picture. can you help me?

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1.go to menu go to quality and put in fine. make sure also that your flash is on during the night and your not moving the camera around while your taking pictures.

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