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Old Dec 28, 2003, 7:59 PM   #1
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Default My new Kodak CX-6330

I recently got this camera and been experimenting with it. Perhaps I'm moving the camera too much or maybe I'm not locking the focus right, but 99% of my pictures have come out blurry. Also, I've noticed what you could define as artifacts (shades) on walls. I'd like to upload some pictures to better illustrate my point, but I don't see how to. Any suggestions?
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Old Dec 29, 2003, 6:23 AM   #2
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Donīt know exactly if you mean with "artefacts" the same I mean, but I have a CX6330 as well and took some pictures on christmas.
Just look at the picture I uploaded for what I mean:
"lens flare"
These ugly "reflections" are on several pics made with fill flash.
Does anyone know what could have caused this?

The next thing is: I bought a CX6330 for my sister as well (for christmas). After 2 days of using it doesnīt want to turn on. I tried several batteries, a 3V power supply, nothing helped. The camera doesnīt do anything

And 1 last question:
One thing is really terrible with the KODAK-software. When I upload the pics from the camera to my PC with Easy Share, it reverses the chronological order of the pics, so that the shot which was taken at last, becomes the first one. Any odieas how I could correct this?
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Old Dec 29, 2003, 11:28 AM   #3
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Yes, that's pretty much what I meant by artifacts (those shadows that appear close to the picture frames on your pic, for example). At what resolution was that picture taken? Colors seem a bit raw and some jagged edges are visible, so I am thinking it was at 1.1 megapixels, right?
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Old Dec 29, 2003, 11:37 AM   #4
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Nope, the picture was taken with 3.1 megapixels (best quality).
Maybe you have to click on original size in explorer to see the picture in its real size. When you donīt do this, the image is automatically reduced to the size of your window, what causes a great loss in image quality of course. But the faces of the persons have even in original size a little bit too bad quality, thatīs right
The picturequality itself isnīt the problem, but these lens flares are really disturbing.
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