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Cam clarity is decreased for my k550i

How can i increase my cam clarity????

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It may be on the lens of your camera(clean it with a tissue to make sure) or it's on a setting where it is on a night mode or something. Try pulling up the camera and go to it's settings then check the 1. effects>off(the default setting) 2. white balance>auto(the default setting) 3. picture quality>normal 4. shoot mode>normal 5. scenes>auto would this help?

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