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Blurred pictures My old batteries were replaced with two new sets of rechargeables. Both sets aren't up to speed. I take blurred pictures.

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If this is digital camera then the batteries have nothing to do with blurry pictures, however replacing them could cause all of your settings to be changed back to factory default. Make sure you are in the camera's auto mode, this can be a switch of a knob, and enable the flash and you should be taking crisp photos in no time,

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