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How to fix Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO blurriness and flash issues

When taking photos with the Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO, your picture may come out looking blurrier or darker than expected.

To see how you can fix the picture taking issues with the instant camera, you can take a look at this troubleshooting article at Seeking Tech.

How to fix blurry issues with Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO

If the photos you taken with the Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO appears to be blurry, then you can try the following solutions.

1. The first step you can take is to make sure that the camera lens is cleaned.

If the lens has smudges, appears to be dirty and/or seems to be dusty, then we recommend you use a damp lint-free cloth to gently wipe it.

2. You should make sure that you are holding the camera steadily when taking a picture as even slight movements will cause the resulting photo to blur. This is especially crucial if you are taking a picture in a dark or low lighting situation.

3. Furthermore, make sure you are focusing on the subject of the photo correctly by using the AF Lock feature.

In order to focus, hold the shutter button halfway down. The small square on the LCD screen should turn green and you should hear a beeping audio cue coming from the camera when the subject inside the square is in focus.

4. If you are taking a photo of something that is really close, then you might have to move backwards first and then slowly get closer to get a better focus.

How to fix brightness and flash issues with the Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO

In order to fix the brightness and flash issues when taking pictures with the Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO, you can try doing the following:

1. For the flash feature, make sure that you aren’t using the Suppressed Flash setting.

When taking a picture, press the left or right directional buttons until you get to Flash. You can then use the up or right directional buttons to select either the Auto Flash or Forced Flash settings instead.

2. You should also make sure that your finger or another object isn’t accidentally blocking the flash light portion of the camera when you are trying to take a picture.

3. If the subject that you are trying to take a picture of is too far away, then the flash may not be able to reach it. Therefore, we recommend moving closer to the subject is possible.

4. You can also try using the AE Lock feature by pressing and holding the shutter button. Doing so will lock the brightness level that will be taken for the photo.