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Blurred pictures in auto mode

Hello, my Coolpix 5600 started to blur all the pictures I made, especially when used in a room with less light. I checked the settings to be the same with another Coolpix 5600 that my girlfriend has (and which is ok) but they are still blurred. My lens is clean. This problem occurred probably 2 months ago, I have the camera 2 years ago. Any suggestions?

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Be sure you can do a pre-focus press on the button, if you press the camera lightly it will focus and then press the rest of the way and it should take your shot. Another issue i have seen is in lower light situations, go ahead and be sure the flash is on, it forces the camera to use a faster shutter speed. Also check to see if your camera has a function for a focus light to be turned on to help it get ready for taking pictures.

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It is probably a camera shake problem. Consider using a tripod. Also, using higher ISO helps..Using flash helps too.

Posted on Jan 04, 2008

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