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People say my web cam is blurry when they watch it

They say the picture is very blurry but when i look on my screen it looks very clear. can you suggest something. it is about three years old. right light tech, logitech with yahoo messenger

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You will have to adjust the lens of your cam or do the settings with the web cam
as u say it is 3 years old so it might not be with the mega pixels technology. so it is possible that the person who is watching you might not see you clearly

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