Although the camera still allows me to take pictures, there seems to be something wrong with the general quality of it. Even before I take a picture, the image shown on the screen is really blurry and its hard to make out what is even being shown. Also, although the actual lens comes out, when it has come out completely it buzzes. It makes this sound when it closes as well.
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It's called "shutter lag"...a common problem with all point and shoot cameras. To avoid it, press the shutter button half-way and allow the camera to lock in the focus (it will beep) before pressing the rest of the way.
SORRY TO SAY, YOU PROBABLY AREN'T DOING ANYTHING WRONG. AFTER MUCH READING ON THIS CAMERA I HAVE FOUND THAT THIS IS ONE OF THE WEAK POINTS, POOR PICTURE QUALITY AND NOISE ON PHOTO'S PLUS LACK OF DETAIL. SEEMS THIS CAMERA IS BEST SUITED FOR " FUN " SHOTS, BUT REALLY NOT AT ALL QUALIFIED FOR ANYTHING BETTER THAN THAT. I HAVE INCLUDED A HOTLINK TO A REVIEW ON THE CAMERA THAT I THINK WILL EXPLAIN MOST EVERYTHING TO YOU. IF IT HAPPENS TO BE FAIRLY NEW, I WOULD RECOMMEND RETURNING IT AND INVESTING IN A BETTER CAMERA. HOPE THIS ANSWERS YOUR QUESTION. IF YOU NEED MORE HELP,REPLY TO ARCLIGHT1217.
Hey johannek, What is most likely going on is the camera settings were changed somehow while out for service. What you are seeing is either digital noise the file quality has been changed. I always suggest setting a camera to the highest possible setting because you can always reduce an images size, but you can never increase the images size. If that's not the cause of your problem it is most likely digital noise, which is usually caused by the cameras sensor being set too sensitive (too high of an ISO). I would make sure both of these camera settings are set right. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
I suggest you find a tripod and use "No Flash" as the reason the pictures are blurry is usually the camera moved. I love the no flash option, but since the shutter stays open so much longer, a tripod is almost a necessity.