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Horrible indoor pictures

Our Kodak M753 takes horrible indoor pictures. I have tried every setting on the camera, including that for low light pictures. They're grainy and a big blurry. Our Olympus 2.0 megapixel camera took much better pictures. What am I doing wrong?

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When I put it on M mode or auto mode it takes really horrible pictures, can't even see the picture, real bright.. When I put it on movie mode it takes great pictures but that is not good.


Usually when it is on M mode there is additional options you can adjust "manually" for good shots... It could just be that the options are adjusted not for the type of Pics you intend to make. Ex. It's set on low light when you are trying to take a high light exposure picture.

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I used to have a really inexpensive Kodak camera. It started to fall apart...


press the power of the digital camera, wait until the camera is ready
select the object , press the shutter HALF way and wait for the camera to focus and lock on the target than press the shutter all the way

the best digital camera's can focus and lock and shoot in less than a second.
the advantage of digital camera's is that you can see the result directly after taken the picture

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Save yourself the aggravation 03/25/2011 MommybrainX2 rating.png My hubby bought this for me for Christmas. It was to replace my OLD Cannon (4 MP). Now he feels horrible for buying it for me! This camera is horrible! I read the manual, I've played with all of the settings- the fact is when trying to take a picture of a moving object- even slightly- the picture comes out extremely blurry. Forget it with a toddler. I have yet to get one good picture of my kids with this camera, which was the whole purpose of having it. My old 4mg camera takes better pictures than this thing does. Settings haven't made a difference. I have actually reverted to my old camera instead of using this sad excuse for a camera.

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My schreen on the camera says interalmemory is full and i can`t take any pictures it is a kodak m753 deleted all pictures on card


Internal memory means the memory of the camera. Deleting the pictures in memory card will not solve the problem.
In the menu you will find a menu item as storage (or somewhat similar). Set this to internal memory. Then delete the pictures (or better, move all the pictures to memory card).
The above steps will correct the problem.

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How can i fix my kodak easyshare M753??


Sorry, but it seems that you have damaged the lens tube (housing), and the camera will require professional repair. Your best bet is to send it to Kodak (visit www.kodak.com), but you will have to decide whether or not the camera is worth the cost of repair -- factory repairs typically carry a 30-day warranty, so sometimes it's better to purchase a factory refurbished camera that comes with a full warranty.

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Everything is purple can see nothing


its problay a setting error try bring down the color or light in the settings

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Jazz HDV178 horrible picture quality


This camera is an inexpensive camera that takes great videos. But it doesn't have a dedicated shutter for taking still images.

You are going to find an increase in picture quality if you hold it very still, perhaps use a tripod, or put it on something stable to take the picture. Also, make sure the you have plenty of light for your subject when you take the picture.

There is not setting that you can change to fix this. Sorry, it's not what you wanted to hear, but don't let it stop you from rating my solution a fixya.

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I TALKED TO KODAK DIDN,T HELP


Trying taking indoor pictures in the "Night Portrait" or "Night Landscape" modes in the "SCN" command. Be careful not tho shake the camera in these modes.

The "Party" mode works well if the people in the picture are close to the camera.

You could also play with the settings in the "P" command to adjust the amount of light entering the camera.

Good luck.

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Purple and blurry pictur on the kodak easyshare m753


That is probably a faulty digital sensor array.

Try taking a picture and transferring the picture on a computer. If the picture on the computer is fine , then it is a faulty LCD.
If the picture is purple and blurred, the digital sensor array or the control board is defective.

The digital sensor array is the light sensible sensor chip that take the picture.

On a small camera like this can be a difficult and expensive repair.

Contact the phone number listed on the user manual and ask a quote for the repair, or ask if a warranty extension is available.

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