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Many webcams have a focus adjustment somewhere on the webcam itself.Try adjusting that to correct the blurriness.
As for the black and white image, there is often software that controls the incoming picture of the webcam, and offers different settings and adjustments to "enhance" the image on whatever chat or recording program you are using. Also, some chat or recording programs offer those adjustments as well. Without knowing the make and model of the webcam and the software you are attempting to use the webcam with, I cannot get much more specific than that.
I'm assuming you are using the Webcam on a PC running Windows. While the webcam is on, look for a task-bar icon on the bottom right right of the screen (beside the clock) that says the name of the Webcam maker when you hover the mouse cursor over it. If you see one that says the maker's name, double-click it. that might open up a utility that will allow you to turn "Black & White" mode off.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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