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Blurred/Out of Focus

I dropped my camera a little while ago after having it for 6 months and now when it turns on it's out of focus and blurry. Is there any way to fix this?

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  • bafc Mar 28, 2008

    We don't recall dropping our camera and we are experiencing blurred pictures all of the time. Our camera is about 18 mths old.

    Thanks.

  • mmtryba Nov 07, 2008

    I don't think my was dropped either, but it's suddenly blurry all the time.

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Since its only 6 months, the warranty cover should be still on .

On dropping the cam, u might have damaged its lens motor or metering mechanism.

Its better to go to a service center, since u're still under warranty.

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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