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The lens is stuck out and would not go to off position. no focussing,very blurred pictures.

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Obviously, the camera took a hit or was squished or dropped. Samsung is located in Secaucus, NJ. The customer service has not been the greatest lately, but perhaps you can get it repaired. They pulled all their "authorized" service centers, I used to be one. I am in Florida, let me know if I can assist. We do camera repairs and would be able to fix it for you.

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It may be the equipment or it may be the way you are holding / taking the picture.

Here are suggestions on how to take better zoom lens pictures (this also applies to any camera) before you start diving into the equipment.

1) Use the fastest shutter speed possible. This reduces the amount of time of exposure, this limiting the amount of motion blur that can happen.
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