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Blurry image my webcam is installed correctly, it is suddenly blurry and i have tried adjusting the camera and the computer settings help

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Re: blurry image

You should turn the blue tab, right in front of the eye. Turn it until the picture is clear again. If you do not understand what I mean, tell me, then I can upload a picture.

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Webcams are useful in both personal and business functions, from video chatting to video conference calls. When your webcam displays strange colors, it is usually due to a problem that is easily fixed even without advanced technical abilities. By trying at-home solutions before sending the computer or camera in for service, you can save time and money.

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1. Locate the knob that surrounds the camera lens (shown below).
c200-cs1.jpg 2. Twist the knob clockwise or counterclockwise until the camera comes into focus.
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okay this is what u all do XD

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well anyways hope that helps u guys out :]

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