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There is a circle within the lens and when I take pictrues, there is a white shadow circle in the pictures. How do I prevent this from happening?

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If the pictures taken are slightly misty, using a soft lens tissue (or spectacle cleaning cloth) wipe the lens delicately in one direction until the 'circle' has gone. Don't 'huff' on the lens as this will cause condensation INSIDE the lens.
If this fails to fix the problem, it may well be condensation build up inside the lens. If you have a sachet of silicone crystals (like the wee bags that come with a new pair of shoes), place the camera inside an airtight container with the sachet. Leave for minimum of 12hrs. This should absorbs any if not ALL of the condensation inside the camera.

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