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My canon ixus v2 camera has been taking blury pictures lately and i don't know the cause.

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This can be caused by a few things but try the following before we go any further: Either put the camera on a tripod or on a flat surface just to make the camera completely steady and take a picture (with the settings you were using that created the blur) if this works and the picture is sharp I will sort out the problem as it is only settings and you to sort out.

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