Question about Cameras
My camera was taking very clear pictures and now it is taking blurry pictures. could it be the batteries?
I have had this camera for over 4 years now and it just started with the blurry pics - it's a lens problem - I am not sure if what I am doing is hurting the equipment but at least I know what it is. My lens is not extended enough and when I hit zoom and pull on the outside of lens it extends and I can take great pics again. I am taking it to a store to see what they tell me - it might just be particles preventing it from extending or the pins are loose not letting the lens focus outward. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
I'm having the same problem with my Panasonic Lumix camera. A year of perfectly clear photos, and now, even after a cleaning, is taking consistently blurry photos. I'm a photographer. I know about half-depressed shutters, focusing on objects, etc. What is wrong with my camera?!?
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
I have a Sony Cybershot S-700 and it works great!Every now-and-then it has a blur-day. this mainly happens when the camera cannot detect what you are trying to take a pic of. If the subject is near-by, stick your hand out, click the shutter half-way so it can get focus. Once it's focused, move your hand out of the way and press the shutter the rest of the way. With any camera, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND using a tri-pod when its possible. Always get focus (shutter half-way down) and get full focus before pressing it the rest of the way. Any other problems, check the user manuel or call the support number that came with your camera.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
Apr 16, 2010 - by teehee7
- the promlem could be that your using a mutiple exsposure setting (i.e
when to photos are taken and merged) to prevent this from happening
simply set your camera to a lower shutter speed (1, 1.3)
let me know if this helps ^_^
We have been having this same Blurred Photos problem with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20 for some time now. We tried many settings (Except Shutter speed) I knew it couldn't be that difficult to take a decent photo. I just checked, and discovered the shutter speed setting to be 1/8 wow, dont know why it was set to that. I reset it to 1/1.3 and did some test shots, I think the problem is soved. Thanks a Bunch !!!!
Posted on May 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blurry Camera
Are the images coming out blurred from the card? Check that you have not inadvertently set it to Macro- read the manual through. Tell Kodak Technical Support team about it. especially if it is a young camera. A new camera may be in the offing unless it has become damaged, in which case it will be a new camera- that you pay for
Posted on Jun 17, 2007
SOURCE: Casio Exlim--camera
Try resetting your camera. In your picture taking mode press MENU. Go to the SETUP tab and go up until you see RESET. Press your right arrow and make sure reset is highlighted and press set. If that doesn't work the Call the repairs center at 800-706-2534 and then keep choosing option 1.
Posted on Jul 08, 2007
You may already be doing this, I don't know, but on most newer cameras, you have to push the "take picture" button down half way to let it focus then press it the rest of the way to take the picture. It wouldn't hurt trying to see if that works.
Posted on Jul 28, 2007
As you have noted the lens is the root cause of this noise problem. I really believe there is grit in the lens gear thats preventing it from zooming or re-tracing. As for the blurring this can happen due to shutter lag.. a notorious problem in some of the powershot models. Either ways your camera needs service by an authorized professional. I would not advise you to try and clean the lens gear yourself as it can very easily get messed up and it would significantly rise the cost of the repair.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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