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Images are very bad,like 1.0 MP camera

I am unable to get clear images...images are just 1.0 mega pixel camera,not better result than that.this product has this problem or only i am suffering from it?

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I tried it with full still hand not moving it little during taking snap,now the result is better,but not so good,but now atleast i can see faces in the pictures,before that it was like there is someone in the pic,but who,did,nt know.

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