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It's possible you have the setting for picture quality set too low. You want to always shoot at the maximum number of megapixels your camera is capable of. Also, most cameras also allow you to set the picture quality to a setting such as fine, extra fine, etc.
Seems to be a common problem... walmart.com reviews show a few people having the same problem and after only owning this camera for 3 weeks, it is doing the same thing to me. I'm taking mine back for a refund tomorrow.
Some cameras have a problem focusing in lower light settings. If they don't have enough light to focus, the pictures will come out blurry almost every time. You can try a few things. Some cameras have a 1/2 way setting on the shutter button, that forces the camera to try to focus, and then a green indicator will come on the screen when it's ready to shoot. Another option is to set the camera to manual focus (if there are options for it). Another fix is to add more background lighting, to allow the camera to focus easier. I've heard a lot of people complaining about the same problem- it's pretty common with today's digital cameras.
make sure there is no flower icon on bottom left corner of screen-very common on sony to hit macro button to turn on by accident and you will get blur-only for extreme closeup-hit flower button to turn off if on and let me know if that was the problem
try zooming in on a object and see it it get clearer. the problem is your zoom lens motor is stuck or malfunctioning. This is a very common problem with digital cameras. sometimes you can take compressed air and blow around the lens and clear the blockage or lightly tap the camera lens down with it off to free up the focus gear. if it does now work it then needs tobe serviced or repaired. I had the same model last week for the same problem. That lens had tobe replaced. but try that first and see if it helps.
When you resize an image (especially if the original image is quite large), you need to sharpen it before uploading.
Besides that, there's many other parameters that affect the image quality. The picture you uploaded here is too small to be properly examined. Make sure, in any case, that:
1) The camera has focused properly. Especially in items like the one shown (with multiple reflective surfaces), a camera can be easily fooled and focus on something other than what you intended 2) Make sure the camera settings are appropriate (ISO should not be too high, shutter speed should not be too slow) 3) Use a tripod for maximum stability