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Constant blurry photo's!

I don't understand why it is doing this. My camera was taking pictures just fine for the first few times - but now every single image I take - regardless of size, setting, tripod, standing still, anti-shake, etc - every photo I have - comes out like a blurred soft focus. Including close up shots of some plum blossoms!
I don't know what to do. I cleaned the lens, etc. I can't sharpen the images on any of my graphic software's either. (including photoshop)
Help!
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  • ens280 Mar 08, 2008

    I'm having the same problem. My camera was taking pictures really good and then all of a sudden it started taking blurry pictures. I don't understand what's going on with it!

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The solution to this is that your cameras are set to power save just put powersave on off temperarly while you snap a photo or the lighting in the room needs to be brighter with digital cameras even though theres a falsh it cant change the image contrast from dark to light so quickly so it just comes out blurry

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