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I have my camera set up and all but, its just a big blur, and my settings are a match for the requirements. how can i get the picture clearer?

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The lens of the camera is having dust on it may be.just clean that lens and check out.it may be clear.

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BLURRED IMAGES


This is usually because it is hard to keep the camera absolutely still when taking the picture. It also happens when the subject is moving.

You could test that these are the problems by taking a picture of a still subject with the camera sitting steadily on a table. If the image is not blurred it means the camera itself is not faulty, and that it is not causing the problem.

The tendency to blurring depends upon how bright the light is. The sensor of digital cameras, or film on 35mm cameras, requires a certain amount of light to be able to record a good image, and the time needed to gather this amount of light is called the 'exposure' (e.g. 1/100 or 1/8 sec.).

If the light is poor the exposure will be longer and the image will be more likely to be blurred if the camera is not still, or if the subject moves.

The ISO setting (ASA for the film of 35mm cameras) determines the sensitivity of the sensor the higher settings, say ISO 800, being more sensitive. The disadvantage is that for each camera the image becomes too blotchy to be any use at a certain high ISO.

At higher ISO the sensor requires a lower exposure, and the Fnumber, which is the degree of light the lens lets in, has a similar influence: e.g. a lower Fnumber, say F2, allows a shorter exposure than F5.6.

With experience and practice, cameras which have a 'stabiliser' (O.I.S) can produce good pictures with exposure down to 1/4 sec but the limit is more likely to be 1/15 sec to 1/8 sec at best.

Untill you know how to use the manual settings it is best to use automatic settings and an ISO of 200 to 400 at most.

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Blurry enlargements


I suggest altering the settings a little and if that doesn't work try using a different software to enlarge images. Such as windows photo gallery. That's not too good for enlarging just good for keeping the quality up if that isn't good enough try using a free trial of photo shop.
Hope I helped Dr Red

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Blurred action photos


Turn of the high quality mode to low quality mode... pictures will be clearer.

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My Logitech . web cam shows blurred image loking whitish. i have tried adjusting the knob but to no avail. what should i do?


Did you try cleaning the lens? If so, try adjusting the camera's settings by browsing to your webcam software and alter the sharpness settings. Other variables if given such as gamma and bandwidth may also help to provide a clearer image.

Nov 13, 2009 | Logitech 961462-0403 Webcam

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Blurred images & screen on my Olympus camedia C55 zoom


try to take a picture with 1/100 shutter speed and make sure that your hand is not shaking when taking pictures. another is try to take picture with your current setting and set your camera on a tripod or place it on a table, set the timer and take picture. if the picture is not blurred then always set your camera to auto, if this doesn't resolved the issue maybe your lens has a problem.

Aug 20, 2009 | Cameras

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Pics out of focus


Sounds like "Camera Shake"

With Digital photography, any motion of the camera will tend to blur the photos. You'll see double edges in some photos, and plain fussy pictures in others.

The sharpest photos come from cameras sitting on stationary objects while the picture is taken.

Depending on how advanced your camera is, there are a couple of settings you can toy with.

One is the ISO setting which mimics the "Film Speed" exposure rating of camera film measured in as ISO100, ISO 200, ISO 300, ISO 400.
The Ratings are a balance between Fast action light capture, and slow higher resolution detail light capture.

ISO100 will make a cyclist passing by look like they're standing still.
ISO400 will make a cyclist passing by look like a blur passing by.

ISO100 will have larger dots of colors on the picture, (Low Resolution)
ISO400 will have tiny dots of colors on the picture, (High Resolution)

So, ISO setting is a matter of getting the best picture without the blur; get as close to ISO 100 as you can.

The other setting is Shutter Speed.

Some cameras will allow you to slow the shutter speed down to help get clearer pictures in dark environments, like places with high ceiling lights, or outside after sunset.

Again you want the fastest option available, here the balance is the same as the ISO, bright clear picture versus dark blurry picture, so you want the shortest shutter speed possible.
This is measured in fractions of a second, and often only the denominator (lower half) is mentioned, like this:
1/8 of a second is called 8 or (125 milisecond)
1/4 of a second is called 4 or (250 miliseconds)
1/2 of a second is called 2 or (500 miliseconds)
1 whole second is called 1 or (1 for one second)

On digital cameras it often simply mentioned as the fraction in a menu called shutter speed. The default is often the fastest capable speed.

Browse the menu options for ISO and Shutter speed to see what modifications you can make.

Remember it's about capturing the light, so bright sunny days are easy highest speed settings, but shady or indoor environments will take practice and fine tuning.
Also, make use of the timer delay option and set the camera on a stationary object to capture the clearest sharpest images.

Have Fun.






Jul 28, 2009 | Casio Cameras

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Focusing


You'll have to set the aperture to a higher number. Set camera to Aperture Priority mode and increase the number (usually set at 2.8). The higher numbers will preserve foreground and background focus but will require more light - not a problem in outdoor daytime but at night or indoors will need flash.

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Fujifilm S5000 model, works well but have picture problems.


You want to set the focus mode to S-AF, then move the focus mode selector to the lock position.
Hopefully that will fix the problem.

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Fujifine pix A330 produce blurred image on all picture taken


continuous blurred images? or only occasionally (say in low light)?

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Cannon a410


are you on auto mode or manual? if you are on manual, your settings might be on macro mode. reset it to manual.

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