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The resolution is dependent on the settings. Did you check and adjust the pot controls? Check the connections from the source to see if any loose wires are in need of tightening? In some case HEAT causes the controls to go out of sync and give you a poor picture. Other than that, contact LG support services for their opinion.
Analog resolution is very low compared to what is possible on new HDTVs. Think of it as trying to spread a wallet sized picture out to the size of a billboard. You will see all the imperfections in the picture. The magic eye is not capable of sending a higher resolution picture. You need a different device to send the high resolution video.
They way these stuffed animals function is by sensors. So when you pick them up by the nap of the neck the legs are suppose to go link. And when you pet the their eyes and mouth are suppose to open. If left alone it will go into sleep mode. Put it on it's back and it acts playful. Make sure the batteries are fresh. Use alkaline batteries when possible as motorized toys such as this are heavy on batteries.
Most likely your white balance setting needs to be adjusted. You didn't specify the model of your camera, so I can't tell you exactly how to change it (your manual should say). Your camera should have several settings: "A" or "Auto" "Daylight/Sun" "Tungsten" or "Indoors" or "Incandescent" "Fluorescent"
and possibly also: "Flash" "Cloudy" or "Shade"
When taking flash pictures, the "Flash" setting should be best. If you don't have a flash setting, then "Daylight" or "Sun" will be the best.
Human eyes adjust quickly and easily to different colors of light, but cameras see light as it is, so indoor light will look yellow, outside bluish, fluorescent greenish, etc. So digital cameras shift the colors in the image to try to make white objects appear white like they would to your eye. But sometimes they mess up and don't get it quite right. That is where the manual white balance settings come in. If you play with these settings, then you will find you can improve the color quality of many of your pictures.
Yes you will get a better picture quality out of a cable box if you get an HD cable box. The reason you are getting the diminished picture is due to the signal you are feeding the TV is an analog signal. The newer HD TV's are made for digital TV and this older technology shows all its flaws on this type of TV.
When you get the new box understand that the same channels you are getting plugged directly into the tv are still going to have some grainy look to them but the good thing is that a lot of them are starting to be rebroadcast on HD channels and that is where your new toy will truly shine.
From the BlackBerry Curve 8520 Home screen, press the Camera key on the side of the phone > Press the Menu key > Scroll to and select Options > Scroll to and select the desired setting:
* White Balance : This setting changes the contrast of the pictures taken to optimal for the listed conditions:
o Automatic: The device automatically adjusts the contrast for each picture.
o Sunny: Ideal for outdoor pictures on a sunny day.
o Cloudy: Ideal for outdoor pictures on a cloudy day.
o Night: Ideal for pictures in low-light conditions.
o Incandescent: Ideal for indoor pictures with incandescent lighting.
o Fluorescent: Ideal for indoor pictures with fluorescent lighting.
* Picture Size: To change the size of pictures taken. Larger pictures require more storage space.
o Large (1600 x 1200)
o Medium (1024 x 768)
o Small (640 x 480)
* Picture Quality: To change the quality of pictures taken. Finer quality pictures require more storage space.
o Superfine: Best quality
o Fine: Medium quality
o Normal: Lowest quality
* Color Effect
o Normal: To take color pictures.
o Black & White: To take black and white pictures.
o Sepia: To take pictures with a sepia tint for an old-fashioned look.
* Store Pictures: This gives you the option to store pictures you take to either the device memory or the media card, if available.
* Folder: To change the default storage location for pictures taken with the camera.
After you adjust your BlackBerry Curve camera settings, pess the Menu key and select save.
As basic as it sounds, is the lens dirty? The tiny surfaces of digital cameras' lenses really affect image quality. Also check the image quality setting to ensure you're shooting at a high quality setting.