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You have to ensure that the camera is not set to night mode as this can affect the quality of the pictures you take during day time. De-activating the night mode will allow it take normal pictures during daytime. Hope this solution was helpful to you? Please comment for more information and thank you for using the fixya.com website
Evening & Indoors? The kit lens is really going to struggle here. Your only immediate solution is to use ISO 1600 which makes the shutter faster but adds a little noise to the pictures.
You really want to get a better lens for indoor work. If you need cheap, try the 50mm f1.8, it's a prime not a zoom, so you will need to use your feet to "zoom" but it's incredibly good for indoor / low light work.
I upgraded to a 17-55mm f2.8 IS, it was rather expensive but I have never had a blurry indoor shot since - I do also use an external Speedlite flash with it though, which also helps tremendously.
It sounds like your firmware has become corrupted.
Visit the Canon Support Site and download the latest firmware (make sure your batteries are fully charged before replacing firmware - if the batteries go flat during the firmware over-write operation your camera will be trashed).
If you want the subject sharp, but the background blurred, use a large aperture and high speed exposure. This will reduce the focal length.
Remember that a large apertures are often used for night shots because they allow more light through the lense. A fast exposure will prevent the shot from being over exposed if you are taking it in daylight.
Flash photography is not recommended for the effect you are after.
sounds like a shutter leaf dropping into the image. however, they are usually horizontal and more likely to manifest when in landscape mode. (horizontal, normal) try using flash pointed up to ceiling. also, could need to check for auto sync speed setting. usually 1/125 to 1/60. if its off, it could be catching the shutter in the wrong place. check manual for settings for using flash. mark