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Just tried our new camera and the shots are not as clear and sharp as the images from the same event on a kodak disposable any hints other than the usual light exposure sun stuff off to germany in 2 days and would love to have this work

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    does the picture apeared to be blured? are the pictures dark need more info to help you solve.

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check to see if the ISO has been set a lil higher and may be also the white balance

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