When I was first taking pictures on my camera the focus on it was totally fine. Now when I take pictures all of the pictures turn out fuzzy. I have tried to adjust the resolution, the sharpnes and everything and they still seem to turn out all fuzzy. How can I fix this?
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Re: picture focus problems
Make sure there is no flower icon on bottom left corner of screen-very common on sony to hit macro button to turn on by accident and you will get blur-only for extreme closeup-hit flower button to turn off if on and let me know if that was the problem
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problems with your photographs, you need to be able to distinguish between
problems created by the camera and problems created by the, ahem, photographer.
Some things, like a finger over half of the shot or a totally out of focus
picture of your own feet are not camera malfunctions. Fortunately, most of what
appear to be "malfunctions" are things you can correct through
settings. Blurry pictures usually result in pressing the shutter button down
before the autofocus kicks in; half-tap the shutter to bring the camera into
focus then press it all the way down to take a clear shot. Grainy photos are the
result of a high ISO value and low light; use a tripod or, if necessary, the
flash when taking pictures in low light. Different makes and models have
different ways to warn you that the light is low: some display a shaking hand
icon, others a red light. Look for this and adjust photo settings.
Those quick fast flashes usually mean the camera is trying to find contrast to take the photo but it can't. The scene might be to dark and the camera can not set it's focus and there for cannot take a picture. Move the camera slightly from left to right on the subject and see if it can manage to set focus. It's normal for the camera to give out these quick flashes as it is trying to find some sort of contrast in the subject, turning on a room light might help this?
Now when you manually focus, then the camera does not have to use it's built in auto focus sensor and will let you take a photo when you manually focus on the subject.
This is a fairly new Digital camera model. A few quick things that could cause your particular problem is that the camera hasn't had a media card installed. The media card may not have been formatted to the camera. The lens is not totally locked in position. Within the menu there is a function that prevents the camera from taking a picture if there is no media card installed. If there is a media card in the camera it may be full of pictures and unable to store any more images. If the media card is not the problem then I would say that the camera is not focusing and without focus the camera will not take a picture. Look for the auto focus confirmation little green dot in the viewfinder it should be a solid green not blinking. Hope this was a help
Auto mode is the point-and-shoot mode. It is not the camera problem. It is a common problem amongst nikkor kit lenses. Get your lens checked to the dealer, or any Nikon customer care. If its under warranty, it'll be replaced.
It sounds like you have a problem with the auto focus on the lens. The 18-135 has a focusing motor inside the lens itself. If this motor is not working, then it won't focus. It could also be the contacts (small and silver on the lens look like ball bearings buried halfway into the top part of the lens where it connects inside the camera body) or the contacts inside the camera body. These can be CAREFULLY cleaned with alcohol and a QTip or a clean pencil eraser. Just make sure you don't get anything into the lens or camera.
If the camera is over a year old, it may just be time to take it to the camera shop for a cleaning.