Question about Fuji FinePix F455 Digital Camera
When mt f44 is switched on the view finder is blurred. I have tried pushing down on the button to auto focus but that still doesn't put the shot into focus. The only way to get the camera to focus is to zoom in. I have re-set the camera several times but this has not stopped the problem. Jessops seem to think there is a fault with the lense?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blurred Pictures
1. What is the focal length of lens you are using? 2. Is the blur occurring with lens with a lower focal length than the telelens? 3. Do you still get a blur when you use the telelens with a tripod or a firm base? Regards Raman
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
This is when zooming through your camera LCD I presume? For small screens usually banding and pixelation is common, if this happens also when the picture is zoomed in on a larger monitor like on your computer then the resolution you set for your camera is low. You can check for the camera setting and increase the resolution from for example 1024x768 to a much higher value and the fuzinnes (blur) will disappear altogether...
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
SOURCE: Blurred subjects
Fuji uses a 16MB xD card with the camera, which won't hold too many 4 Megapixel photos at the highest quality setting. So you should plan on buying a larger card right away. xD cards are currently available as large as 1GB, and I think 128MB is a good starter size for most people. Be warned that xD cards tend to be more expensive than CompactFlash and SD cards.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
SOURCE: focus problem
It sounds like the eyepiece focus adjustment knob may just need to be set for your eyesight. There should be a small knob or dial with a + & - sign around it. This is the "diopter" which doesn't affect the camera's focusing, only how you see the image.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
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