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Many laptop computers come equipped with a small web camera assembly mounted above the LCD screen. Like any other camera, these webcams use a lens to take pictures. Over time, it is possible for this lens to become dirty, especially if you have touched it a few times. You can quickly clean the lens and get the unit back to taking crisp pictures.
1.Take a microfiber cloth and gently press it to the lens of your laptop's web camera.
2.Gently rub the lens of the web camera with the microfiber cloth. Be sure that you cover the entire surface of the web camera's lens.
3.Open your web camera program when you are finished and take a picture to test the quality of the webcam. If it is still blurry, close the program and repeat steps 1 and 2 until the web camera is no longer blurry.
Well then, there's also a blurry dot inside of your lens somewhere, I'm not poking fun at this although it sounds that way. Try putting the whole cam in a bowl of ucooked rice for a 24 hour period, uncovered. Burry it deep. When you take it out shake any loose grains out that may have found their way in. Your blurry dot sounds like a moisture spot. The rice will draw all moisture out of the cam.
Digital cameras require lots of power. Bad electrical contacts can cause lots of problems so battery and camera contacts must be cleaned properly. Batteries may be fully charged, but will be viewed as low if contacts are not really good. The LCD screen is a low steady load, but when lens extension, optical zoom, focus, and flash charging are added in the capture mode; the load is very heavy. Bad contacts make cameras do strange things like making bad pictures or shutting off with the lens out. Do not overcharge. Reset by removing power up to one month is the ultimate non-physical repair for DVD recorders and other software using digital devices. Digital cameras reset to original settings if batteries are removed. Time required varies with function and camera, but try one minute. Check display and setup menu for non-auto functions and date/time. Remove extra memory to eliminate this as a possible problem. Insert fully charged batteries and restart the camera.
hi.. You can try a different memory card, but I don't think the problem is
memory card, if pictures look scrambled, and colors and brightness are
not uniform, that is either a problem with CCD sensor (optic sensor
that takes the picture), or logic board. In either case, this is not an easy repair.
the camera to default settings from camera menu, and try a different
memory card, but the camera will probably need to be sent in for
I think you may be doing what I have ben doing. The auto focus beam I think emits from the small sender between the hand grip and the lense portion of the camera, ( Bad Design) When gripping the camera my fingers sometimes block the sender and causes it to be blurry as in not focused. .Try to keep your fingers from going in between the grip and lens and I think it will work for you.Let me know if this helps. I am so glad I found this out because this camera takes nice pictures.
in the camera there is lens which should be clean and clear .if any dust on that camera or the lens is cracked or faulty this same problem happens.just check out either cleaning or replacement of lens will solve the problem.
Hi I just experienced the same problem.Could NOT figure out what went wrong.The LCD screen image was blurred and as a result the pics I took were blurry:(
My husband then took over and simply cleaned off the front lens and POOF! It is back to good!Hope this helps!