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Focus The split ring focus does not go all the way to sharp alignment at infinite distance. I haven't taken any pictures yet with this camera. Is this something that can be fixed? Thank you.

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Thanks. The camera had so many things wrong with it I gave it to my son's photography teacher to he could cut it in half and show the class the inner workings of an SLR

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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Your problem could be caused by one of several things. The lens may be out of adjustment or have a loose mount. The camera also had problems with the mirror hinges. Look into the mirror area with the lens off to see if the mirror is square within the mount ring.

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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