About 18 months ago I bought a Fuji FinePix A345, which is 4.1mp, and has an extending lens. At the time it was about £110, but now I'd guess it's worth more like £90 (if it was still in its packaging, that is). Now, for reasons which I can't be bothered to type, I need a camera without an extending lens. So I bought a Fuji FinePix Z3 (<a href="http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=45L5&CategorySelectedId=11193&NavigationKey=11193,4294957187,4294960228,14" target="_blank">link</a>) for £172 just a few days ago, which is 5.1mp, and boasts that it offers up to ISO 1600, which is something I'll be needing. However, when I take shots, even in daylight, everything's a bit fuzzy, and when you zoom in to a picture I've taken with it, you can see fuzz around high-contrast areas (not to do with JPEG compression, clearly to do with the camera). I've taken identical photographs with both cameras and zoomed into the same areas, and it's clear that my old camera, worth half the price of my new one, takes clearer shots. What I want to ask you guys is: Should I return the camera because it's crap, or is this just the price I pay for buying a non-extending lens? I've got little more than a week before I move abroad for two months, and I have to get this resolved by then. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!