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MACRO FOCUS HOW TO TURN THE MACRO OFF - MY CAMERA WILL FOCUS CLOSE IN BUT NOT AT A DISTANCE. I HAVE AN ERROR MESSAGE E61:00

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  • donna baby Oct 24, 2007

    re focus problem---
    the flower button removed the flower from the screen but did not allow the camera to focus

    the reset button shut down the camera and after restart the focus problem was the same.

    i can see the telephoto lense move when using the w and t switch, but i cannot see any movement when the camera is first turned on.
    it may be that the lense is locked in the close-up view position because the only in focus view is about eight inches from the camera. still need help

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 It requires a mechanical reset.  Whacking the barrow of the lens twice on a solid surface should be sufficient
 
 
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Hello Donna baby,

 

Turn your Mavica on with the dial on top set to Camera, not CameraP.  While looking at your display, press the thumb pad on the 3 O'Clock side, A Flower design is on the thumb pad, and you need to press it to get the Flower to turn off in the display.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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    Greg Stokes Oct 23, 2007

    Hi Donna Baby,



     



    SparkGap is right and posted before I got my post in, basically he and I on the same page and all.  I agree on his post about resetting.

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    Greg Stokes Oct 24, 2007

    Glad you got the Macro out of it.  I found some stuff on possible reason the Focus does not work.  Check out the graphic here to see if you are in Twilight or Landscape modes.



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Please download the manual here:-
http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/downloadPage.jsp?doc=1c6c4980e80fcb495c014b5150b0bc22&q=Sony+MVC-CD350 To turn off the Macro function, look at page 26.
To attempt to clear the error E61:00, press the reset button on the underside of the camera with a fine tipped object. This is also described in the manual.
If you have trouble downloading the manual or you are not happy with this solution please comment soon and I will try to help more.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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