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Hey,

I turned on iSight the other day and everything is almost like a 'glow', very blurry yet the picture is clear. Almost as if in Photoshop someone has taken a duplicate of the main picture, blurred it and set it to overlay. Anyone had this issue?

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were you in photo booth?
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It is in Photo booth, and skype and anywhere else I think that I may use it. It's not the 'effect' as I have it on normal.

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cleaning the lens? It almost sounds like maybe you have oil or dirt from your hands on it.

Don't use paper towels to clean it btw, that will probably scratch the plastic.

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Ah I see. I could give it a shot, do you have any recommendations on what to use to clean it?
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a damp lint free microfiber cloth?
or maybe a cue tip?


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Hey,

You guys are great, both the suggestion of what the problem may be, and the answer (q-tip!) were perfect. Thank you very much!

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