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Blurry photos.. no matter what setting

Almost all of my pics come out blurry. No matter how still I hold the camera or how I carefully squeeze the button. The video works great and is clear.

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    Have you changed the mode of taking snaps and tried??

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If not try to change the mode and take snaps.

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