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Blur warning i have a little red hand on my screen, i believe it is the blur warning, how do i get rid of it???....its killing my pics...

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Hello, on your camera press the Menu button, then select Shooting menu - then Setup, you should see in this order when you scroll down (Menu-Quick startup - Welcome screen - Date-Monitor settings - Date imprint - Sound settings - "Blur warning" ) there you go! just select on or off.......

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

This may be caused by a shift from camera mode to scene mode when taking a close-up shot.

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