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Blureness my camera is always getting blurey pictures and i always put in new bateries and it takes about 3 good pictures and then it starts to go blury again? what should i do?

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Try to put the camera when taking pictures on 'A' and putting it on the 3rd option of flash from the bottom and the 2nd from the top. Try not to move the camera too much or have the people in the picture move too much.

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