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My digital camera gets blurred in day times.

I have canon power shotA450 digital camera the problem is photos in the day time gets blurred where as in the night time the photos will be fine. as well as in the day time without having sunlight also the photos will be fine so may i know the solution or shall i know the service center so that it can be repaired.

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It may be the setting you are taking pics on select the DAYLIGHT MODE it may be in night mode

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