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Blury picture how can i get a clear picture when there is a moving object?

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I have been told that when that happens i need to get the lens checked.

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When trying to take a picture up close it is blury.


Hi, For being up close to an object you want to put the camera in macro mode, there's a button with a flower on it, that indicates macro mode. You turn macro mode on and you're good to go for shooting photos up close to an object.

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I am having the same problem the lst person is having the camara takes very bad pictures is blury and I can't figure out how to take a good picture of smal objects I even try a ligth box


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camera can take macro photography from 1 cm (0.39 inch) and is convenient to use a tripod also disable flash for distances less than 50 cm. (19.5 Inch) and a good illumination of the object the use of a light box is a great idea , try to obtain a bright more thn EV12.

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BLURY PHOTOS YELLOW TRIANGLE HAND EXCLAIMATION WARNING SYMBOL


It indicates the shutter speed is too slow for you to hold it by hand without something like a tripod.
Either there's not enough light in the conditions you're taking the pictures in, or you need to try changing the settings on the camera, such as increasing the ISO setting, or light sensitivity, so it can use a faster shutter speed.
If it's close range, turn on the flash.
If you can't change the settings, you can try bracing your hand against a fixed object so that the camera doesn't move, and just gently squeeze the button to take the picture. Novices frequently jab the shutter release to take pictures, which will cause blurry pictures from the camera moving.

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When looking through my scope any object over 10 feet away is blury


generally you should be able to adjust the clarity of the image by adjusting the lense nearest the eye .First loosen the set collar that holds the lense in place, then adjusting the image to clear

Jul 07, 2010 | Optics

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The pictures i take are blury how do i fix it


If you don't know how to use the manual focus switch it to auto focus, Check the MACRO feature, try to capture photos about 2 inch or 4 inch nearby the object, if the shots are clear and shooting in distant objects are blurred meaning you have set your camera to MACRO setting, Turn off the Macro feature

Oct 31, 2009 | Fuji FinePix S3000 Digital Camera

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The picture is curved at the top and bottom and it blury


its good that you give it to an expertise to handle it.....but if u insist and costly, open the back cover, their should some adjustments keys their that helps in adjusting images...one for the 3 colour (blue,Red,Yello) and one for sharpening pictures (making it clear)....for safe use give it to an expertise to minimize further faculties

Oct 04, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Movement causes bluriness


Hi,

I have a expensive webcam as my main one and a cheap webcam as my less used one and my cheap one does exactly the same thing

It is called Ghosting and there is nothing that can be done about it, it is just a poor quility webcam

Dec 26, 2008 | Logitech QuickCam Connect Webcam

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Blurry


this is caused by the unit not being held still enough. try taking a picture with the unit on a solid surface of an object at least 50 feet away if still blury contact bushnell at 800-423-3537 and obtain information on how to send into their service department.

Oct 22, 2008 | Bushnell 11-8321 Digital Binoculars

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TV, RCA MOD # F19424, CTC 203U5, Picture blury


Focus and Screen. The focus control may help, just like focusing a set of binoculars or an old camera. Watch the picture on the TV, using a mirror can help and make an adjustment until the picture is as clear as you can get it. If it still is not clear it may mean that your picture tube is weak.
If you can avoid it, don't touch the Screen control. If you have, let me know and I can advise you on the proper way to adjust it.

Oct 09, 2008 | RCA Televison & Video

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Blury and flash problems


Hello Chad,
As you told the condition of the are blurry,This problem is not related to the setting or master reset.This cause is due to malfunctioning of zoom optical motor and sensor who focus the object.Therefore, the solution of it is, You have to change its optical lens assembly.
I often deal these sort of cases in routine in said Model Although it's a very fine camera but dusty and moisturized conditions cause this problem.

Thanks & don't forget to rate.

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