Taking pictures , blurry

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  1. BigTex71

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    It is not a pixel issue. If anything, it is that the sensor is too small. You could have a 20MP camera in the Droid, but it won't look any better if the sensor size remains the same (actually could be perceived as looking worse.)
     
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    You click on camera :p You can find it in settings


    Anyways guys i fixed it. I knew it had to be something with the settings.
    I guess I was screwing around with the phone too much when i first got it.

    Clicked camera. Clicked effects and changed back to normal. It was set to somethign wierd i dont remember what.
     
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    If you are running 2.1 Eclair on your phone still I believe that is the issue because I am now on 2.2 and there is a huge difference in my camera performance and the pictures come out nice.
     
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