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Casio Exlim EXZ75

This is the second replacement camera we have had, for some reasons the cameras pictures come out blurry, they look ok in the lcd creen but always come out blurry.... anything we can do.... the camera is just out of its years warranty

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Try resetting the camera.

Make sure that you are using the highest quality possible (FINE)

Those two options should make a difference in how your pictures look.

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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Hi, i can take pictures with my casio exlim digital camera but the file is black. nothing wrong with the lcd becaus i can watch old files. nothing wrong with the blitz either.


This indicates a failed shutter assembly, or less likely, a failed CCD imaging chip.

Neither are user serviceable. If the camera remains under warranty then contact Casio for a free repair. if it's only just outside the warranty then ask them for a goodwill repair. if you have to bear the full cost yourself then the camera is far beyond economic repair and must be replaced.

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Blurry Display and pictures.......out of nowhere!


Since it is a brand new (and I hope under warranty),best thing will be to sent it to factory service center for correction of the problem.

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Last time i used it wasworking fine next day got a 'card error'


Did you try formating the memort stick.
This will clean up any error in the stick.
Don't let the battery in the camera run to low, messes with the flash memory.

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All of my pictures are coming out blurry - this has happened with two different Casio Exilim EXZ75 cameras that I've owned... is this a setting that was accidentally turned on or something? HELP!


Blurriness usually has to do with the lens, not always, but more than likely.
Make sure no dirt or other kinds of stuff may be on the surface of the lens. It is rare happening that the ccd can become dirty from either dust or other debris or other kinds of things such as moisture.
Any digital camera is subject to damage from dirt, moisture, smoke may cause problems, and any kind of impact can damage the track of the lens, or the lens as well. A slight drop can cause problems or future problems. Some may be able to be fixed, others cannot.
Blurriness may be caused by internal circuit problems, because the focus is controlled by a processor. If this is the case, the camera needs repair at a repairman or someone who knows the camera, such as the Casio repair department, and can adjust it's electronics on a computer with special software specifically for that use.

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Send it back to Casio for a free estimate. Depending on the price of your camera you can decide if you want it repaired. The price they charge is reasonable only problem they only give a 3 month guarantee.

Jul 30, 2009 | Casio Exilim EXZ75 Digital Camera

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Blurry Pictures!!


goto www.digitalcamrepair.com for help their is a self diagnosis page.

Apr 30, 2008 | Casio Exilim EXZ75 Digital Camera

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Blurry?


i have the same problem buy a sandisc memory card not any off brand ones such as A data and it should be just fine i dont know if you have noticed by if you take pictures without the memory card just using the cameras built in memory the pictures show up fine

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i have an exilim camera too the 7.2 pixle. And im having same problem the day before i took really clear pix and now its just all blurry ... everything else works fine .. i never droped it or wet it .. i view the old pics and there really clear why is my lense sooo blurry now? help

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Blurry pictures


try removing the battery and card wait for a minute then reinsert and operate. try tapping side by side, even jarring the unit makes wonder, but not to the extent of destroying your unit ha.. [;0)

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Try resetting your camera. In your picture taking mode press MENU. Go to the SETUP tab and go up until you see RESET. Press your right arrow and make sure reset is highlighted and press set. If that doesn't work the Call the repairs center at 800-706-2534 and then keep choosing option 1.

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