Question about Cameras
Please check the details.. How was it taken? (esp the lighting.).. In low light, or in indoor shooting in evening, or using flash when the subject is a bit too far away can result in totally disappointing pics. Try outdoor when the lighting is proper with the correct settings... If you are not sure about the settings, put it in auto mode... This is not a bad camera. Just try it out...
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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