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In my experience the camera has to be held very steady. I usually set the camera on something solid like a table or balcony rail or use a small tripod. I even use the shutter time delay sometimes so that I don't jiggle the camera while pushing the shutter. Oh and make sure the flash is turned off. It usually takes me a few trials with different modes. JP
Jun 4, 2014 by J. Peterson
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The most common cause of blurry pictures is movement of the camera while the picture is being taken. There are two ways to avoid this. The first is to make sure that your arms are not resting against your body. Your breathing can rock the camera. Hold your arms away from your body. The second is to make sure you press gently on the shutter button. Too much force can also cause the camera to be moved while taking the picture.
Feb 7, 2014 by James A. Dunaway
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I have no idea. Sounds like a mechanical malfunction and not a battery problem to me! Good luck!
Jul 1, 2013 by dougie
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I do not know. Call to Kodak or go to any store like Staples or BestBuy.
Aug 9, 2013 by Lujbov Alexandrova
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