Question about Cameras
The most likely cause of this is an inadvertent change in the settings. Check to ensure that your camera is set at the highest quality setting (Megapixels). Also, look at the program modes. For regular point-and-shoot pictures, just set it on 'auto'. If it has been set on a night-shot or set to manual, the aperature and shutter speed will make the image look grainy.
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Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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