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Blurry photos, delay in capture

I was trying to take a picture, and instead of a normal point, click, flash and capture, there would be a delay. My camera screen would read "capturing" followed by "processing" and then a blurry photo comes up. I haven't done anything to change any settings. It may have bounced around a little from a flight that I was on this weekend, but other than that it's been in perfect condition.

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These Sony cameras including T70, T100, T200, T300 all have the same problem. There is a little black circular plastic piece in the lens that comes off the place where it is supposed to be. The piece moves around inside the lens and the focusing element can't freely move under the pull of the spring and the lens can't focus anymore. This happens after a good shake. Lens may stop focusing if dust gets in the focusing elements gear. This happens often if you put your camera in a dusty pocket, bag, purse etc.

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