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Picture quality bad

Pictures come out over exposed on all settings 90% of the time. The other 10% of the time they come out with horizontal lines going through them. There is also seems to have a clicking sound when videoing. clicks a few times after turning on an after the lens is out.

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Try going into the menu 8 clicks down onto the af control,and make sure its on single AF ,not continuous,as if its on continuous it will keep trying to stay in focus,if this dosent solve it its probabley a faulty lens

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