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Faded pictures There is a "fog" covering the picture even with outdoor, sun shining, shots. I tried a close up with the flash and still got the "veil" of fog. It happened once before and then stopped. Now it is doing it again. Is there a setting that I may have messed with that caused it?

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I had a problem with pictures not so clear, because I was in "portrait" under the custom settings menu, and it caused the resolution to be low/medium

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