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Blurry Images I have this camera for more than a year. Tonight when I turned on the camera, the image from the LCD screen are very blur and fuzzy. Cannot see anything clear at all. I don't have any function set on the camera. Does anyone knows whatz going on? Thanks.

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You made the same big mistake I made, we bought an Olympus Digital Camera! I have the same problem with my Olympus C-5050, it's the CCD sensor. Will cost you more than $200, and if your camera is over a year, you pay.

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