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How to fix the poroblem of blury pictures?

Takes blury pictures, can I repare this alone and at home, when no, how much cost the repair?

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There is a recall for the CCD of a lot of Canon cameras. check if your camera is on the list and they will fix/replace it.

check the canon website- go to your camera product page and there you will see there is a recall banner

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