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Powershot A75 - blurred & Pixeled Photos

Hello,

My powershot A75 is a workhorse that takes 15 - 250 pics a week for my business and for my amateur photography. Two months ago a series of pics shot blurred and recent photos did the same, even after changing lithium batteries a month earlier. I've also noticed it occassionally takes longer to focus in cold weather. Do I need a new memory card, or is the camera just worn out since purchased in 2004?

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Sony has a known issue with some of these cameras.

Please see this link:

http://worldcadaccess.typepad.com/s1is/2005/10/canon_recall_lo.html

I have this camera, and I love it! Good Luck!

Hopefully, if this is your problem, Sony will take care of you!

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