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Blurred pictures every time i take pictures with my Canon PowerShot A530, pictures always come out to be blurred inspite of using new batteries. What do you think the problem is, can anybody help me out?

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Batteries don't play a role in it. Maybe it has slow focus. Try to push the shooting button to only half of its full push, wait a while until it focuses an then shoot by full press on the shoot button. You can also check if you have not switched on macro settings (flower in frame). If you do, turn it off.

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