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Focus problems Ever since I got the EBP-100 battery pack and have had a problem in the wiring of said battery pack (it broke) due to bending at regular usage), the auto focus has been shot. I have fixed this wiring problem myself, but too late, and to no avail. Although the red dot appears to indicate a bad focus, I'm supposed to get a white one indicating that it is in focus just before taking it, but often, it's not in focus. I have spent well over 2000$ on this camera in 2002, sadly, I have yet to find a qualified repair shop to fix this problem or even get someone who will know what the real problem is (if there is one).

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Go to the Konica Minolta customer technical support[now part of Sony] However I doubt an item of this age is repairable due to lack of parts.

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