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The photos taken by my Coolpix s70 are consistently blurry. I've changed the resolution to 8M with no improvement. I've tried Auto settings, various scene settings to no avail. Is there another setting I've somehow changed without realizing?

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If you don t have a ccd faulty????
its probably that you have change the iso. and the iso are to high. contol this selction. if the camera dont have betterement, it s very probably that the problem is in the ccd sensor. you can search on the international ebay seller, the lens block of your camera with ccd. or if you are lucky it s probably that you find only the ccd.
to change the ccd sensor of one camera you must have specific knowledge. but any seller sell to you the lens bloc with ccd and on installation guide. if you decide to change the sensor write to me and i will see to help you better as possible...why i am to far away from you..i am from rimini italy.
sorry for my bad english

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