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When I take a photo they come out blurry. After I take the photo my camera makes a funny noise, it sounds like it comes from the lens. I have a Nikon Coolpix S210. What can I do to fix this? Kind Regards

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Hi. Take your camera to a camera repair shop. If it is relatively new it will be under warranty. If not, it is still worth repairing. There is no repair that most non technicians can do for this problem.

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