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Images in my camera are very blurry--to the point that objects or persons cannot be recognized. Kinda of like the camera halucinating!! It was in the car in the sunshine in a black case for an hour yesterday. Could it have overheated???

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  • davehurd Jun 21, 2008

    Canon solved this problem for me by actually replacing the camera.  The problem was a defect in the camera.My very best kudos to Canon for exceptional service on this case!

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Spray the camera with a normal,deodarant-this will give it an extra coat ontop of the lense,by letting in more light,soon it will evaporate taking the excess steam along aswell!

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