Does this happen all under the same lighting conditions, or in low or very bright light? If consistent light, do the pictures still seem faded or blurry on the screen of a computer? if so, the sensor might be damaged, and yes a new one. If they're ok (consistent) on computer screens, then the camera lcd might be loose or damaged which means its fine but give it away and get a new one if you can't handle shooting without relying on the lcd.
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No flash, right? Concert pix are some of the hardest to do. 80% recovery is pretty good.
Don't use a speed slower than 60 (1/60th second).
try us use telephoto as much as possible, leaving the dark areas out of the picture. The camera metering gets confused when you have too much audience and other areas that are not lit up like the stage.
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This camera should still be under warranty, so if it's not focussing correctly then let Sony fix it. Before doing so, check that you haven't accidentally left the camera set to macro (close-up focussing) mode.
She may have shut off the automatic setting for the flash. This will
cause blurry shots in darker areas. See if her pix outside in day light
are okay. If so, the main wheel on the back of your Sony (I believe
it's the top of the wheel) controls the flash. Be sure that is set to
on or automatic. Let me know.
i have an exilim camera too the 7.2 pixle. And im having same problem the day before i took really clear pix and now its just all blurry ... everything else works fine .. i never droped it or wet it .. i view the old pics and there really clear why is my lense sooo blurry now? help
After selecting flash off mode the camera determine the shutter speed according to the available light which may be rather slow.Therefore either camera shakes or the object or may be both of them while taking pictures.That's why pictures are blurry. Keep camera steady or mount it on a tripod while taking pictures on flash off mode.
Once u set the date & time and select OK I think it will not bother u again.
Thrck that you have the setting correctly set up
You may have inadvertently set it to Marco or Low light setting giving long exposure time.
Run through all the setting as in the manual.
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