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Vupoint underwater camera -fuzzy pictures

Is there a setting I can use to stop my pictures from blurring. Every picture I take is blurry.

Please help - I want to take this camera on a trip. All of the reviews were great for this camera???

VuPoint DC-WPC-ST531T-VP 5 MegaPixel Underwater Digital Camera (DC-WPC-ST531T-VP)
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  • kerrielynn Feb 14, 2008

    Thank you - I was afraid that there might not be a fix. I appreciate your response.

  • sexxiiboo23 May 12, 2008

    my camera is blurry and it has like blurry lines how can i fix it

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My girlfirend just got me this camera and I've noticed that it takes fine pictures when the lighting is good. Under low light (i.e. underwater or in the dark) it's not so hot. I don't think there is a fix for that.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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Make sure that the camera is not in macro mode. If you look at the camera as you would when taking a photo, there is a switch on the left side that should be in the down position.If it's in the up position, then it can shoot closeups only. This worked for a Vupoint 5 megapixel model DC-WPC. Hope this helps

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Use the flash maybe???

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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