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Poor picture quality

Recently have found that photos are all coming out looking out of focus and over-exposed. No idea why. Can you help?

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Re: Poor picture quality

I heard of problems with the focus on this model when in landscape mode. It's being related to a firmware problem. Are you shooting in landscape mode perhaps? In any case, this model is not very famous for taking sharp pictures, ans as far as I know got discontinued pretty fast. Kodak also won't repair it, just offer you a replacement. I also heard that the camera gets focus problems from opening up while in the case - a design flaw makes the power button easy to press while its closed in a case, after a while it damages the lens. This is the only problem that I heard Kodak are willing to fix out of warranty, if you press them hard enough. Hope you find a solution, good luck ;]

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