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Re: pics are blurry
Have you changed the settings in the camera? When are you getting this problem? Is it when you try to shoot in low light?Does it appear like the pictures are shaken or is it out of focus? If they are shaken, use a higher ISO to shoot. If it appears out of focus, first check the lens for some smears. Clean the lens with a clean dry cotton cloth.
Check if there is fungus on the lens (this appears like spider's web or crack marks). If there is fungus, or you are still getting pctures blurred, take it to an authorized service center.
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The camera has a built-in flash...you can see it on the front of the camera. As for the blurry pics, set the camera on a firm surface and fire off a few shots...are the pics better? If so, then you are the cause of the blur because you move when you press the shutter button.
Remove the memory card. Reset the camera to default settings (Reset All in the Setup Menu). Don't worry, it won't erase any photos. Try taking a picture in a well-lit area at a moderate distance, with the camera resting on something to keep it still. If it still looks blurry, transfer to the computer and view it there. If that's not blurry, it's the LCD display. If it is, then it's the internal focusing system. Locate your receipt and call Polaroid for service.
maybe you zoom in a lot and then it would be normal and if the pictures come out fine, i wouldn't worry about it but if the print pics come out grainy and blurry i would take it back if you have warranty
On digital cameras it is always best to press the button half way down before taking the picture. This helps the camera focus, thus preventing blurry images. Always, always press the button half way down. Secondly, if you are still getting blurry pictures, there is a possiblity that the sensor in your camera is bad. I don't know how old your camera is or how long you've had it, but you would need to send it for repair, exchange it, or if it's under warranty maybe they'll send you a new one.
number 1,make sure you have lithium batteries,energizer prefered.2 put it on auto focus.3dont be too close on the object your trying to photograph,and 4 do not zoom in too close on object either.this should solve your problem,good luck,hope i helped
Unfortunately not I had this issue on some cameras that I was working on the problem is your focus motor is not working correctly it has to be unstuck an the little suckers are hard has heck to replace you have to unsolder them and be really careful with that ribbon cable because I can't tell you how many of them I have ripped. it is just sometime easier to replace them or have it replaced should not be to much maybe 75 to 100 if you shop around.
you can try and adjust the contrast for that pictures. try also iso 300 for the picture to increase quality. downpoint is its size will increase. just explore the settings and try them all out. im sure you will find the perfect settings that you'll like