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First off how long have you owned the camera and how long have you had this problem? This could be a problem with the lens or the CCD. Being that this is an older 4.1 megapixel camera I would suggest upgrading to a new unit. You can get a digital camera that is easily twice as good for about 60-80$. If you have any other questions please let me know.
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My digi cam casio exilim ex-z500 produces blurred pics when taken outdoors.....pics comes out as if if there is a white light.....that is if there is sunlight.....but works when pictures are taken in doors...


you have shutter unit problem on your camera. shutter is in lens unit assemble. you might consider a new camera unless repairing cost range about $45 to 100 in local repair shopl Good luck with you!

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BLURRED IMAGES


This is usually because it is hard to keep the camera absolutely still when taking the picture. It also happens when the subject is moving.

You could test that these are the problems by taking a picture of a still subject with the camera sitting steadily on a table. If the image is not blurred it means the camera itself is not faulty, and that it is not causing the problem.

The tendency to blurring depends upon how bright the light is. The sensor of digital cameras, or film on 35mm cameras, requires a certain amount of light to be able to record a good image, and the time needed to gather this amount of light is called the 'exposure' (e.g. 1/100 or 1/8 sec.).

If the light is poor the exposure will be longer and the image will be more likely to be blurred if the camera is not still, or if the subject moves.

The ISO setting (ASA for the film of 35mm cameras) determines the sensitivity of the sensor the higher settings, say ISO 800, being more sensitive. The disadvantage is that for each camera the image becomes too blotchy to be any use at a certain high ISO.

At higher ISO the sensor requires a lower exposure, and the Fnumber, which is the degree of light the lens lets in, has a similar influence: e.g. a lower Fnumber, say F2, allows a shorter exposure than F5.6.

With experience and practice, cameras which have a 'stabiliser' (O.I.S) can produce good pictures with exposure down to 1/4 sec but the limit is more likely to be 1/15 sec to 1/8 sec at best.

Untill you know how to use the manual settings it is best to use automatic settings and an ISO of 200 to 400 at most.

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Blurred pictures, and Red hand Flashing warning


The red hand is warning you that the shutter speed is too slow for handholding. Your pictures are coming out blurred because the camera is moving during the relatively lengthy exposure.

Put the camera on a tripod or other stable surface, and/or use the flash.

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The night setting results in blurry pictures


The grain is from underxexposure and the blur is from hand shake caused by low shutter speed. Try using a tripod. Also, change from auto settings and shoot in manual mode with a high ISO and low aperture setting. Good luck!

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Pictures are blurred


Hi,

Did you make sure auto focus is on? Also, make sure you keep as still as possible when you press the shutter button.

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Fujifine pix A330 produce blurred image on all picture taken


continuous blurred images? or only occasionally (say in low light)?

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When Zooming picture it produces blurred or fuzzy picture


This is when zooming through your camera LCD I presume? For small screens usually banding and pixelation is common, if this happens also when the picture is zoomed in on a larger monitor like on your computer then the resolution you set for your camera is low. You can check for the camera setting and increase the resolution from for example 1024x768 to a much higher value and the fuzinnes (blur) will disappear altogether...

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D50, blury pics


Blur can occur if the shutter speed is too low relative to the degree of movement of your subject(s). While the 'sports' mode favors shutter speed and adjusts the focus for moving subjects, you may still need to increase the ISO (I'm not sure the camera does that automatically), or use flash, if feasible.
Alternatively, try panning the camera with your moving subject. This should blur the background, but keep the subject from blurring.
Finally, keep in mind that in sports photography, blur is sometimes a desired outcome that produces a sense of motion in an otherwise static photo.

Hope that helps.

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DSC-T7 : Blurred images ?


I don't own a T7,but I have the P150 and S40. All these small Sony digicams have something in common;Sony uses 1/40 as the default flash shutter speed in low light conditions,while other makers use 1/60.You are more likely to get a blurry picture compared to other digicams you have previously used,unless you hold the camera steady (two hands). The other thing about these cameras is their lack of weight, coming in at a mere 134 g/4.7 oz. Light weight means you must hold the camera steady (two hands) or risk camera movement when you press the shutter. Again, the tendency with a small,light weight camera is to hold it with one hand while you take a picture,this leads to blurry pictures. The review for this camera is positive; a "Dave's Pick." - Just remember the flash range is only 5ft / 1.6m. http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/T7/T7A.HTM

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