Pictures are coming out blurry sometimes depending on zoom
2 month old SD/750 camera suddenly stopped providing consistently clear, focused pictures.
I took a bunch of pictures today trying to test and really come up with specifics, took indoor pictures of my dog using flash, then outdoors of my car and my patio furniture.
More so than not for all three subjects, more pictures are blurry when camera is not zoomed in at all. Once I zoom in- even slightly, the focus improves. But, if I zoom too much, quality seems to get blurry again.
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I'm out of practice because my camera suddenly stopped working 6 months ago, but I don't recall having a problem with blurry pictures when I used the zoom. Sometimes, it takes a few seconds for a pic to come into clear focus. I think the trick is to just keep working with it.
I inform you that the problem only is moisture. Please follow this.
1. Put the camera in sunlight for few hours. After that use it & if you face same problem then
2. You need to visit camera repair shop and they open the camera completely and clean all the inside part of the camera. because you need to clean the moisture inside of lens, viewfinder & sensor too.
So only hope in sunlight. If its solve then fine.
If the viewfinder is also blurry, it might be as simple as a smudge on the lens. Is the blur uniform and consistent on the pictures and in the viewfinder? Was there a curious dog nearby when you set the camera down?:)
I had same problem. Found that doing a complete reset fixed it. Go into setup and at end there is a factory reset. If not working after that would suspect your ccd sensor is on way out. They should last 5-7 yrs. Be cheaper to get another cam with way prices have come down
same here - 1 month old... camera never dropped at any point. thankfully there's a warranty!! just about to send it back to olympus for repair but after repair if it does it again i'm going to return it as not fit for purpose - i really don't fancy the repair bill if it hapens again when out of warranty!
I am sure your lens is clean but from what you describing you have a definte problem with the lens assy which includes the autofocus sensors. Sometimes is can be a faulty focus motor , dirt between sensor and outer lens. Camera needs to be stripped and checked up.