I have a Casio Exilim EXZ75, I got it brand new June 10th. Everything worked just fine and all of a sudden (no idea what happened or if someone changed my settings), but my display is very granulated and slightly blurry as well as the pictures taken. However, my first 100 pictues or so display as they should. Please tell me this can be fixed without sending it in. I've tried changing every setting and resetting everything.
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Blurriness usually has to do with the lens, not always, but more than likely. Make sure no dirt or other kinds of stuff may be on the surface of the lens. It is rare happening that the ccd can become dirty from either dust or other debris or other kinds of things such as moisture. Any digital camera is subject to damage from dirt, moisture, smoke may cause problems, and any kind of impact can damage the track of the lens, or the lens as well. A slight drop can cause problems or future problems. Some may be able to be fixed, others cannot. Blurriness may be caused by internal circuit problems, because the focus is controlled by a processor. If this is the case, the camera needs repair at a repairman or someone who knows the camera, such as the Casio repair department, and can adjust it's electronics on a computer with special software specifically for that use.
Are you pressing the shutter button half-way and giving the camera time to lock in the focus before pressing the rest of the way? If not, the good pictures were just luck. The size of the card has nothing to do with it.
Send it back to Casio for a free estimate.
Depending on the price of your camera you can decide if you want it repaired. The price they charge is reasonable only problem they only give a 3 month guarantee.
i have the same problem buy a sandisc memory card not any off brand ones such as A data and it should be just fine i dont know if you have noticed by if you take pictures without the memory card just using the cameras built in memory the pictures show up fine
Make sure you are doing it all correctly by deep study of the manual.
Has it been set to Macro for example.?
Are you taking in low light[slow speed] conditions and getting camera shake?
If you are satisfied you are are doing all that you can- Take it back for replacement - take a blurry print with you to prove the point