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Blurred subjects I changed Memory cards and now as i try and focus on a subject it is blurred. Is there something I need to do. My old XD Memory card is also showing blurred pic's.Help

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    My S5000 also started shooting blurred images; I can't figure out why?

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Fuji uses a 16MB xD card with the camera, which won't hold too many 4 Megapixel photos at the highest quality setting. So you should plan on buying a larger card right away. xD cards are currently available as large as 1GB, and I think 128MB is a good starter size for most people. Be warned that xD cards tend to be more expensive than CompactFlash and SD cards.

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