Question about Vivitar Vivicam 8225 Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: All photos I take have
The reasons why Photos get blurry might not always be an issue with the lens. Here are a few things you should consider -
1) Check if the Battery of the Camera is fully charged. This can hugely effect the outcome of your pictures.
2) Make sure the Memory Card is not full.
3) Check for the Macro or Normal mode. To do this, simply check the top of the LCD Screen. If you find a "Flower" Icon, then the camera is set into Macro mode. To change this, press the OK/Menu button. Find the Macro menu and press up/down to make Macro Off and Normal (Mountain Icon) to On. The camera is now changed into Normal Mode and a Mountain/Pyramid icon should be there at the top of your screen.
4) Try increasing the resolution. Again press the OK/Menu button and press Right/Left until you find a "Lines" icon. Press the Down/Up arrow to choose the resolution. 8M is the highest. Press OK to confirm.
Note - Higher the resolution, better the picture quality but lesser the number of pictures you can save.
5) Check if there is a Crossed Thunder Bolt icon on the LCD screen. If you find one, the flash has been turned off. To turn it on, press the Up/Thunder Bolt. A Crossed Arrow with an A should appear. This indicates the Camera has been set to auto Flash.
Hope the images get better with these tips. You can always call Sakar International at 877-397-8200
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
SOURCE: my vivitar viviCam 8225 keeps
from the first day we bought the 8225 we always had to hit the Wide / Tele switch 2 times to tele to get it in focus. none of the other w/t settings would be in focus. i was getting the camera ready for use the other day and noticed the aperture to be out of axial alignment with the lens. Gave it a tap, it moved to the center, anouther tap it moved to the side, everything out of focus. just bought a jewelers screwdriver set and will try to tighten this up but it apparently was never tightened properly. I know this is a good looking camera on paper (8.1 meg and all that) but boy am i glad i got it on sale! And it is not all the fault of the poor Chinese 2nd graders who assembled the thing, this camera takes movie clips but by design has no microphone, no sound, absurd! I bought this in part because back in the 60"s when i needed a quality flash unit to set atop my SLR it was usually a Vivitar. They have apparently gone the route of most of the corporate world; sell outs!
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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