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Help with blured pictures

I have the camera as stated below its only 4 months old and was workign fine while on holiday then when i went to use it all my pics had gone and when i take pics with it now they turn out blurred, what setting do i have to change to fix this thanks for any help

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  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2007

    We are having the same problem with our camera ( Sony Mavica MVC-FD90 Digital Camera). We cleaned the lens. We know to click a little then continue to take picture. The camera was fine until we went on a trip. When we got to where we were going and wanted to take some pics the camera would not focus. It would not and still won't focus in automatic or by manual.

  • candmlott Nov 06, 2007

    We are having the blurry problem as well. We have the Sony Mavica MVC-FD90 Digital Camera. The camera was working fine until we tried using it on a trip. The pictures were blurry as well as everything that you could see thru the view window. We tried cleaning the camera and moving the focus from auto to manual. The camera still only took blurry pics with auto and manual. It seems like it will focus or try to focus after playing around with the manual focus.

  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2007

    I have the same problem. My samsung S630 is blurry. And I got it today. Help would be appreciated. BTW: It is less blured when it is zoomed in though.



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Had the same problem but was immediately solved when I used Alloy's solution.When I checked the lens there was an oily fingerprint smear. I cleaned my lens with a really soft dry tissue paper with circular motion. Now my photos are crisp! Thanks

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Well, really the first thing to check is the lens for a big shiny fingerprint, or smear. This is very common. Depending on the model, It can be a little tricky to clean. Because some lens assembly drive systems are delicate, I reccommend a trip to your local camera store for the right tools for the job - like a lens pen etc. Clean in circles from the center out very gently as many times as necessary. Little pressure should be required. I do not reccomend everyday liquid lens cleaners in addition. They can leave a 'film' on the front element which you will have to buff away. If there is something stubborn, use Isopropyl alcohol with your cleaning tools instead. 1 or 2 drops is good on the cloth or q-tip not the glass. It is very pure, won't rust anything like water, and evaporates very quickly. If in doubt, let the camera store do it for you. Though you should learn. If not this, you should check the focus mode, or shooting mode. Test different modes in good light. Most cameras do not focus well in low light, might have apparent poor focus at very high ISO's, and might in some modes use a low shutter speed which can result in camera shake (worse the more you are zoomed in). Hope this helps...

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Well The camera you mentioned you er did not tell us But if the images are blurred -check you are operating correctly and got it set to Macro Or are not pressing the exposure button helfwaydown to allow focus then all the way to expose. Make sure you are doing all correctly and if you are sure return to the seller as defective

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    check you are operating correctly and got it set to Macro
    I should have said NOT GOT IT SET TO MACRO


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