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Sony Cybershot Could somebody please tell me why the pictures I take are always fuzzy. Is it simply movement that causes it? I have tried with very steady hand and putting camera in stand but still no joy. I assume it's something to do with the settings????

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One suggestion would be to turn on the Face Detection mode (Menu & arrow down to the little image of the person with brackets around it) - when turned on it will find and focus on the faces it detects in the photo, therefore giving you clearer, better focused photos. Another simple idea is to clean off the lens - don't mean to sound insulting, but its something that doesn't occur to a lot of people.

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It gives you the options of auto, scene, program, and movie. if you are using program, then you can choose the ISO, i believe ISO 400 is the the highest it will go, and the higher the ISO the fuzzier the picture looks. higher ISO works best at night. try changing it to auto.

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