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All of the pictures taken are very fuzzy no matter what you do

All of the pictures that I take are very fuzzy & appear out of focus

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  • dianc101 Feb 20, 2009

    seems like the close up pictures are good, but the zoom and anything further away then 3' are fuzzy.

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Check to see if a flower appears on the screen. If it does then the camera is set to macro and all your pictures except close up will be fuzzy. To switch macro off, move the ring on the front of the camera till the arrow is pointed straight down. I was having the same problem. Wasted a whole day of vacation pictures. That was what fixed my problem and I hope it fixes yours too,

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I had the same problem for the first year, it sounds silly but it took me a year to figure out!

I had the focus set wrong. the ring around the lens on the front of the camera is your focus. mess with it and take a few sample pictures to find the best quality. Mine took great pictures after I figured it out.

Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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