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Blurry pictures... I took pictures at my daughter's basketball game today and they looked ok on the LCD screen but when I put them on the computer, every single one of them is blurry! This camera is turning out to be more trouble than it's worth! Any suggestions???

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  • mishlc Mar 12, 2008

    I could understand the wear & tear on the media if it wasn't brand new. I got the camera for Christmas and had only used it a couple times when this happened. I've barely used the camera now because I'm so disappointed every time I see the results.

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Its the Secondary Storage Device Malfunctioning while save the data on it..
It results in sought of wear & tear on the media of memory card Resulting in various distortion...

Replace memory card...Use only original one,..
Thanx bye

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There are manual settings for shutter speed and aperture. You may want to us a tripod or a camera stick to steady it. There's also a burst setting, which lets you hold the shutter button, and take shot after shot. It's a good camera- experiment with it.

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