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Olympus Stylus 820 Shutter noise when focusing or moving camera

Makes a shutter like sound with any movement . Thats before I shoot anything. I've only used it 10 times at most but don't think the sound was there when I first got it, it is under warrant yet I don't want to send it out if this is normal for this digital camera. Any info appreciated. Thanks

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The lens can and will make some random noises as its automatic focus and lighting adjustments are being readjusted for you. If you are scared it is something else, try going to the store and trying out the display model. See if it acts the same way.

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