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Does the age of your picture card in a digital camera affect the quality of the pictures? The pictures taken with my camera don't seem to have the clarity they once had. I haven't made changes to the camera. Could it be the picture cards? Thank you

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No, the problem occurs in tour camera. Is there an exposure correction set on? in the menu of the camera, you may find a way to reiniate the camera. Look in your manual too.

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