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Your camera has a feature called MF (Manual Focus) if it is switched to MF, the autofocus won\'t work. If on the right side of the screen is MF, you are sure the camera is in that mode. You can change that in Recording Menu 2.
Blur warning ussually appears in Suppressed flash mode. In this mode the flash does not fire even when the subjects is poorly lit. Blur warning will appear in the monitor at slow shutter speeds to warn that pictures may be blurred. Use of a tripod is recommended.
To view or hide other indicators on the screen/monitor you just have to click the DISP/BACK button.
I hope this information will help you on your issues regarding your camera.
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Your camera's Focus mode may be set on Macro Selectable in which case the Auto Focus Range will be "wide: 0.07–0.7 m, tele: 0.4–0.7 m (macro AF)" as quoted in the specifications from www.kodak.com web page for the EasyShare M1033. While this setting is great for a close-up of a flower, anything more than a meter (about one yard) away will be blurred unless you reset your Auto Focus mode back to "normal AF" or "landscape mode"
Blurness doesn't happens because of the number of the pixels in the cameras. Is the picture on the computer screen blur/the cameras screen or the lens hole?
I suggest you to set the camera on Automatic station (red camera on the wheel) in day light,try to stay still see how blur the photos are when you are not playing with the parameters. it it's still blurry it could be the pulley block next to the -eyepiece. roll it until it's not blur.
Check to see if your camera is in Macro mode. This may cause blur. Also hit your function/set button to see if it is in digital macro mode.
Make sure your lens is clean.
Make sure you are set to automatic mode and zoomed all the way out. There are several things that may cause blur, the most of which is camera shake. Make sure your Image Stabilization is turned on. If it is, you will see a little hand in the bottom right corner of the LCD screen.
If it's not on, turn it on in the setup (tools) menu.
If your shutter speed is slow, this will cause image blur, but in auto mode, you won't have to worry about the shutter speed, it will be set automatically.
You might have the camera set to an inappropriate 'scene' mode. If you
are using 'landscape' or 'snow' for an indoor or night shot for
example, the camera will select a slow shutter speed which will
increase the chance of blur - hence the warning.
If you keep the selector switch all the way to the left (auto mode) you
should be fine in most situations. Only use the 'scene' modes for