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As artist, I'm looking for digital cameras that produce distortions on taken pictures, blur or bad colorisation. If you have one, I could buy it, give me your price.Thank you in advance firstname.lastname@example.org
The damage is in the lens housing, which includes a tiny motor that controls focus, if the gears are not operating properly or jamming this will produce blurry images making it impossible to take crystal clear pictures, and on top of that the alignment is more than likely out causing more complexity to the problem. The only option is have a camera technician quickly look at it to see if it might be salvageable.
Try reseting all menus to default, then try again to test. Make sure the lens is clean. Do the menus appear clear? Has the camera ever been dropped or had any other damage? This could get the lens out of focus, and would need repair. Does blurring happen when zooming or when taking a picture of any kind?
Have you tried to change the settings like to scenery or adjusted for lighting that could have an effect. The only time it's blurry for me is when I don't adjust for the picture I am taking. The camera itself focuses so maybe there hasn't been enough time for it to focus. Try those things and if it doesn't work I would take it in to a camera shop maybe it has internal problems.
This is when zooming through your camera LCD I presume? For small screens usually banding and pixelation is common, if this happens also when the picture is zoomed in on a larger monitor like on your computer then the resolution you set for your camera is low. You can check for the camera setting and increase the resolution from for example 1024x768 to a much higher value and the fuzinnes (blur) will disappear altogether...