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When taking pictures they are all coming out fuzzy/bleary

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Have a look at what the focus setting is on ,,,if its on close up's,
thats why there fuzzy, its that or the auto focus is playing up,

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There are many factors that can cause blurry pictures taken with a digital camera. Low light is probably the leading cause followed by camera movement while taking the photo. You must follow the instruction booklet for your camera, in order to get good photos.

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