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! lol
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Re: Constant blurry photo's!
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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If the LCD image is blurry all the time there could be an issue with the screen itself. If it only gets blurry just before you take the photo it's just doing a quick focus before the photo is taken and you're seeing that happen.
There are three possibilities that I can think of. 1. You are using flash, and it's taking time to recharge. Try turning off the flash; even if your pictures are blurry, does it fix the time problem? If so, you need to charge the flash faster: try a better brand/type of battery (if this camera uses a custom LiION battery, my apologies, this isn't relevant). 2. How fast is your memory card? If you can borrow a faster one, give it a try to see if the improvement is worth the investment. 3. Are you making the mistake of thinking that you have to wait for the display to go back? Most cameras display your photo for a few seconds for review, and then revert to showing a live view. You don't have to wait! Just go ahead and take the next photo - if you want to see the live view on the screen, half-press the shutter.
P.S. some cameras of this brand have features (e.g. shake reduction technology) that improve the quality of the shots, but take a lot of processing time, making the camera seem slow. Test to see if this is the problem by making sure there's a lot of light (dark pictures take longer to process) and that the camera is steady. Learning to hold the camera very still while you shoot may get you better photos, while speeding things up as well! Brace the camera on something solid and take a picture in bright sun - if it seems really fast, that was your problem, and there's not really a lot you can do.
The problem is probably the pixel size of the picture. Pictures with 5 or 6 megapixels look fine on 4 x 6 but they get blurry when enlarged. You need a minimum of 10 megapixels for an 8 x 10 print. Cameras that are able to take 10 megapixel or higher photos normally don't do this by default. They are set to save more photos on the memory card of the camera and so save the photographs as lower quality snaps. These are fine for looking at on a computer but if you want to print at 8 x 10 you need to set your camera to take the highest quality photo.
blurry pictures often comes from the slightest movement when the pictures is snapped. Don;t know if that is your problem or not try a photo tripod and see if that helps or check your trouble shooting area of your amnual. if you don't have the manual go to this site for any type of manual:::: http://tv.manualsonline.com/search.html?q=vr+5940&submit.x=35&submit.y=14
Try to push the shutter button half way down first so the camera will auto focus first. You should hear the lens move to focus, then press it the rest of the way down to take the picture. Your pictures should be much better quality if you do it this way.