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Pictures out of focus indoors

When I take photo's indoors, they always come out blurry and out of focus but when I take pictures outdoors they're fine. This has only just started happening in the last couple of months and I have had the camera for about 2 years now.....any ideas what this could be as I can't find any troubleshooting advice in the manual

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You know, i guess it's not the flash unit, because it should not be blurry anyway if the flash unit has a problem, instead the output should be dark and grainy. Try adjusting your focus settings and everything about aperture... green earth

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Maybe your camera has a problem with flash unit. Replacing the flash unit can solve the problem. Part number of the flash unit is: A7113088A. If you need more help, please advice. Arpi

Posted on Mar 17, 2007

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