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Infinity focus isn't working anymore

About a week ago my infinity focus stopped working. Auto-focus works, as does macro..... when i switch to infinity, the focus frame doesn't appear and the lens stay's in a neutral focus. i've played around with basically every setting, (except for reformatting it), but nothing works.

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Ahaha.... never mind. I was dinking around with it again and turns out, infinity focus only works if facial recognition is on... why, i don't know.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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