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My indoor pictures are blurred and hazy -- not crisp and focused

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Check to see if the lens is dirty? Clean with T-shirt soaked and dried in detergent. Then check the picture as well as to see if lens will move when you aim at different distance. Do not use motion stabilizer on weak lighting situation, but take pictures on a tripod.

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