Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W30 Digital Camera
Well, if EVERYTHING'S unsharp, it's camera movement. If it's the subject that's unsharp (and flash wasn't needed) it's subject movement, or else your camera is set for manual focus and isn't focused at the right point. Set the flash for AUTO, so it'll go off if needed. Set the focus for AUTO to make sure the main subject will be sharp (with people and animals, if the eyes are sharp, everything will look sharp). While I'm at it, some conditions will fool an autofocus sensor, like shooting through glass or at a subject with no features, like a plain white cloth, for instance. Some cameras have a "focus lock" feature where you can choose what you want to be sharp, hold THAT, and reframe before shooting. Your manual will have specifics on features. If none of the above work, it's probably time to have it serviced (if its worth more than, say US$150 or so).
Posted on Jul 14, 2007
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