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The little white ring on around the lense, that is the focus on the camera. Now the other issue with picture quality is the camera itself. I believe this camera only 1.3 mega pixels to get a less blurry higher quality pic u should use a higher mega pixel camera
i have a mercury classic cam 1.3 mega pixels and lost my disk could u please send me the drivers for my camera as i cant get my pics off the camera ty i need software digital camera mercury 3.1 mega pixel model vq2220 maximum resolution
Here's a couple things to try.
It has an auto focus. This may require you to hold the camera's shutter button half way down to get the focus. Then press it all the way down to get the picture.
Make sure the flash is working or that you have enough light. It's really hard to get a pic in the dark.
Resolution may also be a problem. Resolution is how many pixels it takes to make a picture. Bump it up to the highest resolution on this cam. 2.11 Mega pixels If nothing else it will make prints look sharper.
I hope this helps.
The DiMAGE 7i has four different image size settings; Full 2560x1920, UXGA 1600x1200, XGA 1280x960 and VGA 640-480. The recorded pixel size in each mode is almost equivalent to an image captured with a 5 mega pixel, a 2 mega-pixel, 1.3 mega-pixel, 0.35 mega-pixel DSC respectively.