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Finepix s9500 my photos do not seem crystal clear on the viewfinder compared to when i was using a different camera of the same model. any suggestions ?

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Re: finepix s9500

You haven't knocked the dioptre adjustment wheel onto a different setting by mistake by any chance? it's to the left of the viewfinder

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

Re: finepix s9500

I have the Fuji S9600 and my first reaction was the same. However, it is because they have an Electronic View Finder and not an optical one. Therefore, this is a small scale replica of what you see on the rear display screen and not simply the optical view.

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