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Blurry images My camera is 1 1/2 years old. I have had no problems until last month. Every image is blurry. I tried the troubleshooting suggestions in the manual, cleaning the lense and turning off the macro mode. Neither worked.

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Re: blurry images

I would suggest you go in setup and reset the camera then set to auto and take a photo. Make sure you press the button half way for 2sec to allow time for camera to be ready.

Second I would suggest you go manual and try to take a photo if in both cases it doesnot work then call fujifilm asap.

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Re: blurry images

Still fairly you - try the makers support site a repair or replacement may not break the bank

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

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