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Capture 1 maybe what you need!
Deblurring is possible, but it's a rather specialized task involving studying the image to determine what methods to apply to it. Standard tools don't work very well, as pointed out also in Alfe's answer, they make make the image look a bit sharper, but they won't be good at recovering lost details. In general, you'll always have irreversible loss of ...
In general, blurring destroys information. The information is lost, no algorithm can recreate the original picture out of a blurred one unless it can somehow "guess" the information needed to do this. A "sharpening" algorithm (as available in most graphic manipulation programs like GIMP or Photoshop) does not really create an unblurred version of the ...
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