Question about Cameras
A powershot A70 for me personally is worth it to be repaired, but like they said, it is not economical because it will cost you.
now the blurrish images may be caused by a bad lens or a bad focus mechanism.
usually, for others, you may try to check if the focus is set to "auto-focus" "macro" or infinite", just make sure it is on focus and the ISO settings to auto as well.
for shutter speed, put it to the fastest, if playing around with the settnigs did not work, then you go to "hardware" part of the issue.
if you have other questions just lemme know okay.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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