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Apitek 1.3 Images are blur at faces

I when took pictures from the cam the images come in which the face of a person looks blur how to rectify, the color schenme etc is fine

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1. Indoor photographs will not come out well unless there is good lighting in the room.

2. This camera has very old technology and is very cheap. It does not have auto focus. It can only focus to two positions: Macro for less that 6 feet and Distant for everything else. Use the focus ring at the front to switch between these two positions.

3. The camera is very slow in recording the image so you must hold it very steady while it takes the shot.

Good luck.

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Sounds like an autofocus issue. Either the camera is malfunctioning, or it just may be seeing something else it thinks it should be focusing on. Pictures thru glass often focus on the glass even tho we look thru it, watch for reflecions. Anything between you and the person may throw the focus off, like taking a picture of someone thruogh a doorway. If the face is off to the side the camera may be focusing on the center. If your camera has a two-click snap button, try holding only the first click and see what it focuses on.

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