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Blurry/strippy photos I just got to Bilbao in Spain doing a photographic research project but every time and try and take a photo and view it comes out strippy with lots of little lines really close together and interspersed with a couple of fat ones too!! I´ve taken it to some photo shops today but there is apparently no camera repair places as such in the whole city! My spanish isn´t the best but some of the assistants seemed to think it´s the focus. When I take the photo as well it seems to come out blurry befpore i even try to view it. In shor, when i take a photo it´s blurry and, on top of this, when i try to view it it´s strippy! I´m quite stressed out as i´ve only got two weeks here, might resetting it help? and if so how would i do that? thanks!

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