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First thing do you charge for this if so i can not do it When looking through the camera lens to take a shot it is bluery and you can not tell what it is. toshiba PDR 3320 digital still camera

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  • shelbyking Sep 09, 2009

    no this did not work, if you come up with something else please let me know.

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The eyepiece has no diopter setting.

However, if you press the shutter button "halfway" down (don't press it all the way). the picture will come into focus.

After you focus, then press the shutter button all the way down.

This will work...




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