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Old Apr 27, 2007, 5:22 AM   #1
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I have my camera set on the factory settings....which is auto focus.

Why are pictures blurry or out of focus from about 3' on.....

What settings should I change.....Either inside or outside they are turning out blurry....

Also I notice on some pictures there are small circles like rain drops....

I've attached a picture...hopefully I downloaded it properly..lol

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Old Apr 27, 2007, 5:26 AM   #2
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Here is blurry picture....Maybe it will download so you can view.
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Old Jul 14, 2007, 6:36 AM   #3
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I also own a casio brand, and agree it isall blurry. thinking I am in a perfect stance and most my ~ shots are shot to hell. it must be a setting?

if it is the AF, andanti-shake combo, or sharpness, saturation etc.

i am not sure but wil fond a solution? I try to hold the camera extra still,and as well not move till at least the pic is either finished?



I have tried this on easy shot, manual shot and bestshot.

if I have problems I am going to get a diffrent model andcompany that is more trust worthy

where is your sampleshot?




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Old Jul 21, 2007, 5:21 PM   #4
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The shot of the railroad car was shot at ΒΌ second. You need more shutter speed to handhold that shot with that camera.

The general rule is the inverse of the 35mm equivalent focal length without stabilization. So you probably need to generate at least 1/30 second shutter speed. You can consider the V7 to be effectively an unstabilized camera. Dpreview says the CCD based stabilization is ineffective.

Casio has made some very good cameras. But not the V7. They tried to do too much and didn't do a very good job on the stabilization or lens.


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Old Jul 22, 2007, 12:53 PM   #5
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ah, that explains. I am happy, but somewhat dissappointed? i do like the camera and can live with it

In the camera they tell you the speed etc on the pic, I guess it is best t up it that one step, a lot of playing around is not funwhile needing that gre8t shot? I am goingto concider a better camera and probably keep this as a back up?


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