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Lumix pictures blurry

I recently got a panasonic lumix dmc-tz3.  When I take pictures in any mode they most often times appear fuzzy.

My photos are now often (not always) blurry although they weren't that way for the first three or four months of owning the camera.  I don't know why this is the case and would appreciate help, if possible.
Jeff Siemon

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I would suggest that the image stabilizer might not be working right. Could you upload a photo to Flickr or other location where I could look at the EXIF, or list it here. I would like to see what the camera is writing to the image as the settings when the photo was taken.

Does it make a difference when the image stabilizer is on or off?

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