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When i try to focus, it goes red instead of green

So when i hold the trigger halfway down, it focuses on the object, hower the grid flashes red, instead of green. im not getting the quality pictures as i should. help me. ive used different lens, settings, objects, same result. please help

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Reset all the functions to default. Try it again. You probably have mininum ISO on or minimum aperture on.

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