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Blurry images 40 F2.8

I switched on my camera the other day and i tried to take a picture. now 40 F2.8 comes up when i do so and the picture is very bad quality-all blurry. I think that maybe the setting for the tripod switched itself on so the camera now has heightened sensitivity. Does anyone have a clue how to switch this off??

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  • Anonymous Jun 09, 2008

    ya so my camera works great wor awhile and then i get the 'access' thingy when i turn it on.it seems i have to hit it a few times to get it working...yay it works,but now whatever i do,i have blurry images....now im mad

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I have a DSC w50 and it had the 'access' problem so i hit it against my plam a few times and it worked but the image comes out very blurry. i do not know if this is a probem with the lens or settings. does anyone know how to reset it as i cannot find it on the menu.

thanks

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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Try to go in menu and ok reset funtion

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This is a known problem I believe due to a bad batch off CCD.s Tell Sony Technical support about it. If this camera falls into the above category it will be replaced free of charge

Posted on Jul 15, 2007

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