Pictures come out blurry and now all images were erased
My girlfriend was taking pictures and saw the images came out blurry. I am not sure what she did but now she says that all the past images taken are erased, even from the 2GB chip. How can we recover those images? thank you for your help
Re: pictures come out blurry and now all images were...
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if you take pictures on digital zoom, the picture quality may not be acceptable. Try don’t use digital zoom.
digital zoom is not really zoom, it just enlarge a portion of the image, thus 'simulating' optical zoom. That is why you lose image quality on digital zoom.
Camera symptoms shows bad CCD Imager in camera and this part needs to be replaced.
Sony has announced free of cost repair scheme for such problem in DSC-T1 models. Please click Sony Support for details.
The most common cause of blurry images is the camera moved during exposure so make sure to hold the camera as steady as possible. Another common cause of blurry images is caused by not holding the shutter button halfway down to achieve focus, and then press the button all the way down to take the picture. Another cause of blurry images on this camera is the AF assist beam is either blocked or set to off, and lastly if your subject is too close to the camera (closer than 1.9ft) your image will come out blurred. I hope this helps!
Try first to reset your camera. Press the menu button, go over to setup, go down to reset, press the right arrow, highlight reset and press set. Don't worry it won't erase any of the pictures on your memory card. If that doesn't work you can try and manually set the white balance on your camera and I would recommend sending it into repairs if that doesn't work since it's taking nighttime pictures fine. :)
What are you looking at on the screen?
Before or after the shot?
The this point the taking sequence-point camera at scene look in screen blurry image - half press the release - autofocus comes into play- press all the way picture takes.Sharp picture in the taken images
what are you doing?
Blurry images can be caused by any or all of the following:
* Distance/Focus range -- the Fun! Digital 320 has a fixed focus range of 3 - 6 feet (1.8 meters) for brightly lit indoor photography, 3 ft. (1 meter) - infinity for outdoor photography. For best results, make sure that the camera is at least 3 feet away from the subject(s) when taking pictures.
* Camera/Subject movement -- This is a common cause of blurriness, especially in low-light situations (see Lighting below). Hold the camera as steadily as possible while taking a photo, or use a tripod (a tripod mount is located on the bottom of the camera). Avoid subjects that are in motion.
* Insufficient lighting -- the Fun! Digital 320 is designed for taking photos outdoors or in brightly lit environments. Inadequate lighting can exaggerate camera movement and contribute to blurred, "muddied," or uncrisp images.
* Lens condition -- Check the lens periodically for smudges. If necessary, wipe the lens clean with a soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use cleaning solutions or chemically treated tissues.
* Enlarging images using software -- otherwise normal digital images can appear to become blurry and/or blotchy when over-enlarged in software. To see an image's "true" appearance, use the software's Zoom In or Zoom Out feature to view it at 100%.