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The camera has a built-in flash...you can see it on the front of the camera. As for the blurry pics, set the camera on a firm surface and fire off a few shots...are the pics better? If so, then you are the cause of the blur because you move when you press the shutter button.
If the viewfinder is also blurry, it might be as simple as a smudge on the lens. Is the blur uniform and consistent on the pictures and in the viewfinder? Was there a curious dog nearby when you set the camera down?:)
Remove the memory card. Reset the camera to default settings (Reset All in the Setup Menu). Don't worry, it won't erase any photos. Try taking a picture in a well-lit area at a moderate distance, with the camera resting on something to keep it still. If it still looks blurry, transfer to the computer and view it there. If that's not blurry, it's the LCD display. If it is, then it's the internal focusing system. Locate your receipt and call Polaroid for service.
number 1,make sure you have lithium batteries,energizer prefered.2 put it on auto focus.3dont be too close on the object your trying to photograph,and 4 do not zoom in too close on object either.this should solve your problem,good luck,hope i helped
Have you changed the settings in the camera? When are you getting this problem? Is it when you try to shoot in low light?Does it appear like the pictures are shaken or is it out of focus? If they are shaken, use a higher ISO to shoot. If it appears out of focus, first check the lens for some smears. Clean the lens with a clean dry cotton cloth.
Check if there is fungus on the lens (this appears like spider's web or crack marks). If there is fungus, or you are still getting pctures blurred, take it to an authorized service center.
When you reboot your computer, hold down the "Delete" key. This should take you to a black screen and multiple options like "Safe Mode", etc. Choose "Last Known Good Configuration" then see if that helps.
If the pictures on the Internet are blurred, it's most likely due to a setting in your router/modem or web browser that is loading the page with minimal image quality and size to make browsing faster.
you can try and adjust the contrast for that pictures. try also iso 300 for the picture to increase quality. downpoint is its size will increase. just explore the settings and try them all out. im sure you will find the perfect settings that you'll like
Check that you have not got Macro set accidently. If lighting level are low and the camera is selectinging a slow speed - reset to Apeture Priority -setting 'A' and and be very gentle with the release - the slightest movement will blur an image on long exposure. Try these thing and if still introuble come back with more detail