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Blurred video While filming my son's play, at times it gets all blurry. I do zoom in and out at times, but this happens when it is just on the tripod.

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Send ur camcorder to the nearest JVC service centre,maybe the lens need to change.They will do 'adjustment' for u..maybe..

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It is a regular problem with cameras that have a lot of zoom; optical or digital. a very little shaking of hands can really blur the image.
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1) Place the camera on a tripod or other sturdy surface
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