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Slightly blured picture

Used cat-5e from camera to monitor should I have used something different

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The best solution is coaxial cable. or shield CAT5 cable.

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most common causes are the frequency of the 42" monitor its not compatible with your vga card. ex: if your monitor only suports 100Mhz but your graphic card just have 80Mhz then you will have a blured, fuzzy or no image at all and the resolution is not a problem at all. you can have 640 x 480 res but if your card and monitor both support the same frequency then you will have a crystal clear image. the only solution is to upgrade your graphic card to one compatible with your monitor. i kow this will not solve your problem but hope it will help you to understand the problem.
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The problem of my camera is, when i take picture the output is very blured but when i use the video the output is okay. Please help to solve this one. thanks


The problem with most digital cameras is that there is a slight delay between when you press the shutter and when the picture is actually taken. The only real solution is to continue hold the camera steady for a second or two after you think you've taken the picture. You can check the camera is ok by placing it on a firm, steady surface and using the self timer to take a picture. This picture should turn out ok. The reason that video looks ok is that as it's a moving picture slight movements by you are constantly disguised.

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My camera has blured pictures. What can be causing


Lighting conditions, shutter speed, Iris size low ccj count movement of item shake (try a try pod)

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Blured pictures and false colours


I would slap the camera face down in my hand as hard as I could.

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How do I wire up a cat 5e socket to extend my network.


hi, good morning, i'm here to help, the modules should be color coded and the cat 5e will have the same colored wiring when you strip off the jacket, you should use a puch down tool, punch down the 5e wires into the corresponding colors of the module, strip a small portion of the 5e jacket but not the inner pairs of cable, untwist the inner cables and insert and punch down the pairs, the modules should come with some kind of instructions, please let me know if i can be of anymore help

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Picture is white


Don't know your specific camera, but it sounds like you have it set on manual (does it have P, A, S, M settings?) with a long shutter speed. This would let in a lot of light outside, and make all of your pictures blurry.
Change your setting to P (program) or Auto (automatic) and see if that helps.

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Grainy pictures


grainy pictures are possibly casued by a very high ISO (sensativity) setting, you should be on 100 or lower for best normal shots. Higher settings are for low light and custom shooting in strange lighting or aperature/shutter speeds. Try full auto setting.

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