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I assume this is about a digital camera, not a film camera. Also, since you neglected to specify the make and model of your camera, I'm assuming it uses a memory card of some type.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use iPhoto or any other photo cataloging program.
Camera might be damaged because of the fall, suggest to consult the Authorized Dealer near you (-see above link), or send it back to the store where you purchase it as it may be still part of the warranty.
Hi Blurry pictures are caused usually by one of two things: 1. Camera not focused correctly (ie set to wrong distance) 2. Camera shake (due to not holding the camera steady or too long a shutter speed) Camera shake is very common and usually occurs when the light is low and/or you zoom in on a subject.
The cure is to make sure the lens is focused (this may be automatic but you should get some indication such as a green light?) and keep the camera steady by perhaps using a wall or lamppost or even a tripod. Having said all that in good daylight there should not be a problem holding the camera and if the flash is going off then you should certainly not be getting camera shake. I am afrid I dont know the model to say how to turn the flash off but hope this is useful anyhow. Regards Marti
Sounds like the shutter is making long exsposure and you are actuallly getting blur- this can even happen with flash if the shutter stay open too long. without film, look in viewfinder and see what shutter speed the cmaer awants to use- it may be set incorrectly and is set on manual shutter speed- the shutter speed numners are actually the bottm part of a fraction, so 30 is 1/30th of a second- to prevent blur you want the numbers to be 60 or higher.
hello, mount another lens and check? this will indicate if the the problem with body or the the lens? check if af is on?
look if the mirror has got misaligned, if it has got slightly misaligned fire the shutter at slow speeds this will set it right.
hope this solves the problem
You have a bad film pack. Replacing the film pack with a new one should fix the problem. Nothing in the camera can change the color of a picture. The camera can over expose pictures (wash out the picture), under expose pictures (dark pictures), or the picture can be out of focus (blurry).