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Blurry Background Maybe there is a way to make the picture smaller, will that help with the sharpness of the background? My 12 year old non HD RCA is 10X sharper then this one. Is there something that will help me get the background focused? Thank You Cordia

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Not all the Rearprojections have same picture. Some you must watch at angle to get clear picture.

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Aperture function


The primary function of the aperture is to control the amount of light passing through the lens. The more light passes through the lens, the less time is required for the proper exposure. A faster exposure can freeze motion and alleviate camera motion, while a longer exposure can allow the subject to blur, conveying a sense of motion.

The aperture also affects the depth of field. A wider aperture narrows the depth of field, causing the foreground and background to blur, while a smaller aperture widens the depth of field, putting more of the scene into focus.

It's up to the photographer to decide which effects to show. Usually for a portrait you'd want the subject's face to be sharp and the background to be blurry. For a landscape, you'd generally want everything from the foreground to the background to be sharp.

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It's because your resolution(size) of your desktop is larger than the resolution(size) of the picture. If for example you are running a resolution of 1280x1024 then a picture with the dimentions of 1280x1024 would fit perfectly and not be stretched. See my tip on setting the desktop background here for further details: http://www.fixya.com/support/r6775332-change_desktop_background_image

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Check any adjustments that have to with resolution. Do they look more pixellated when you look at them on the computer. Or do the pictures look out of focus?

You should check under the Shooting guide #3 (blurring background) to see if this helps you.

If none of the settings (ISO settings, resolution, lighting, image stabilization mode) help you, contact HP next.

This camera, if I recall correctly, is a fairly basic camera. I would contact HP and see what they can do for you. Since the camera is close to the warranty period of one year, they should cover it under warranty.

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