When trying to take picture of my children it is very blurry. Yes they are somewhat moving but it didn't use to be as bad as what it is now. Should I try another setting? Thanks
Check if the white balance setting in the camera menu is set to Auto White Balance (AWB) .
Ordinarily, the auto white balance function of the camera can resolve
issues with color accuracy, but sometimes certain lighting conditions
can still cause discoloration. For example, the entire image may appear
blue under cloudy conditions and white subjects may have a reddish tint
under incandescent bulbs. If the auto white balance does not resolve
the issue, try a different white balance setting, depending on the
condition - Daylight , Cloudy , Fluorescent , etc.
If the issue still persists after changing the settings, please initialize the Camera and that should resolve the issue.
To Initialize the Camera,
Press MENU to display the menu of the Camera.
After pressing the FORWARD ARROW key on the Control buttons, go to SETUP and then press the FORWARD ARROW key again.
Scroll to the SETUP 1 submenu using the Arrow keys. Press the ENTER key ( the key at the center of the arrow keys ) once you reach SETUP1.
Then scroll to INITIAZE setting.
Then select the INITIALIZE option using the ENTER key and then select the OK option.
Then press the ENTER key to select the OK option.
After initializing, the Clock Set will be displayed, set the Clock and capture an image and then the images should appear perfect.
If the issue still persists, then the Camera requires to be physically examined to determine the exact issue.
Mar 29, 2010 |
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W50 Digital Camera