Question about Canon PowerShot SD40 Digital Camera
This is not a problem with the camera's resolution.
Blurring can be caused by moving the camera during a shot, by poor focus, or by muck on the lens surface. Moving the camera is the most common.
Poor focus shouldn't happen with an autofocus digital camera, unless you are trying to take distance shots with the camera in macro mode. The lens would have to have grease or goo on it to affect focus, not just dust. You can check these things easily.
Try putting the camera on a tripod and see if shots taken that way are still blurred. If that fixes the problem, then you are not holding the camera still enough when shooting. Remember that digital cameras often have a slight delay between pressing the button and the picture being snapped, so train yourself to hold the camera still even after you press the shutter.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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