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manu08

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I use my digital camera a lot & well sometimes the pictures turn out to be a bit fuzzy which I can't really notice in the screen on the camera where they look fine. Any software that could possibly attempt to make those pics a bit more clearer ? Or you know sometimes when you zoom into a pic and then it all gets unclear and pixels start showing, any software to clear that kind of stuff even ?

Thanks for any help.
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The only likely improvement (without spending megabucks) is Irfanview or similar

http://www.irfanview.com/

Get the plug ins as well

Open a picture with Irfanview, click image then resize, note the image size, preserve aspect ratio should be ticked, increase the DPI to double or treble what it is, then check the size of the image

If you click image, sharpen is an option but it usually adds noise to the image
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Nope, didn't help. Any other suggestions ? I don't mind spending some money on getting a software but not spending money for every picture I want done.

Thanks for the help.
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