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The camera automatically zooms to 200X when it is turned on. Is there a way to stop that. I need to film my daughter's solo as "Mary of Bethany" in a production this evening. Help please.

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There will be a zoom function for the lens that you can use to adjust it
all cameras go to full zoom and can be adjusted back as required

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