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Picture clarity I am having trouble making my picture clear, I've played around with the shutter speed and all but I just can't seem to get a picture that isn't blurred. I don't have the steadiest hands but that shouldn't be the problem because I've used other olympus cameras and haven't had this issue. I don't have directions on how to use it or what the settings should be, please help.

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