Question about Canon PowerShot S3 IS Digital Camera
Look at the viewfinder on the camera.
Now look on the LEFT side of the viewfinder; just above the swivel-screen.
You will see a little thumb wheel there.
That is the focus for the viewfinder. Move it up and down to bring the viewfinder into focus. (Don't forget to do this while you are looking through the viewfinder so you can see what you are adjusting.)
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