Pictures taken ( some blurr after a period of time)..

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    I have taken photos and after a period of time , when go to look at them some are blurry! Others are great ! Any ideas ??
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    I can't think of anything that would cause pictures to degrade or blur over time. Not without them being edited or or transferred in some way.
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    Just to be sure, were these 'blurry' pictures clear when first taken, and then after a while become blurry? Of course, if blurry from the beginning then likely an exposure issue such as motion and/or low light - please clarify - thanks.

    P.S. might want to also provide some more information, such as iPad model, iOS version, and viewing app(s)? :)
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    Ipad 2 , they were clear and later became blurred ! Looked at them through my pics on the ipad no app.......... On another note if you could NOT buy , beg or steal an Ipad what would your next choice be in similar category? ( not apple) ?? i just wanted to know if there is a competetor that knowledgeable ( i am not) would say may be similar ! Thanks
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    Thanks for the additional information - I'll have to agree w/ Twerppoet, just not sure what the cause may be. Currently, we just have iPads (wife had an old Color Nook) - so no experience w/ other tablets or platforms, such as Android - might want to take a look HERE and hopefully others w/ a broader tablet experience will 'chime in' - also, check out the PC Mag & PC World ​websites which often review these products. Good luck - Dave :)
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    The Nexus 7 is ok. I've got one (1st gen), and I'd probably even use it if the iPad broke. Right now I used it once in a while, when I think of it, to read Kindle books, because it is lighter to hold. I've also used it as a wi-fi analyzer, because that's one of the few app types you can run on an Android but not iOS.

    I mostly have it around because I like to keep an eye on other OS's, and it was on sale at a time when I could both afford it and was in impulse buy mode. ;)

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