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Ron Stevens Posted on Jan 14, 2007

High noise problem in the picture.

Everytime i take picture with this damned camera it looks decent when it's vied on best fit in the preview software but when i zoom in or pick the actual size it's all blurry with tremendous aboutnof noise it's grainy all over. i se the automatic settings and it's still doing it can anyone help me please.

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