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Minolta Compact AF 8 binocular continually focussing

My Minolta Compact AF 8 binocular is continually automatically focussing when changing target. Normally the large focus button or otherwise the zoom in and zoom out should trigger the focus action. There buttons don't function anymore. What can be wrong?

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My Binos are doing the same thing, I think it is some fixed mode it is stuck in. Anyone know how to get is back to normal working? Maybe the big AF button is stuck on?

Help please as I can't find my instruction manual.

Posted on Jun 03, 2011

  • am540610 May 21, 2012

    My AF 8x23 does exactly the same, can anybody assist me?
    thanks in advance,
    Frank

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