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Blurred pictures Samsung L77

I'm getting blurred shots even with the flash on. I can only find two settings for the flash and I'm using the one with the "eye" symbol. Granted I'm still learning this camera but the user manual is pretty bad. Having trouble getting around the menu. To make matters more puzzling sometimes I don't get a blur or at least it isn't too bad which leads me to beleive it's camera movement. But with the flash this should not happen. And I thought the shutter speed was auto.

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Re: blurred pictures Samsung L77

Try placing the camera on a stable surface, ie a table and taking a picture

try also cleaning the lens with a soft cloth

hope this helps

Posted on Nov 19, 2007

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