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    All of a sudden my iPad is taking blurry pictures. Any suggestions? I think it is probably something simple but I can't figure it out.
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    Is there a finger print over the camera lens? Does it take a clear picture it you touch on the center of the screen to get it to focus on a subject in the window?
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    I cleaned the lens so it isn't that. I tried the focus thing too but it is still grainy/blurry
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    How's the light level. The camera's auto focus doesn't work properly at low light levels. Pictures are much grainier when taken at low light levels as well.

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