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Focus on zoom

My wife dropped the W55 and the lens assebly was loose.  I sent for a new Optical unit with the zoom motor included.  I replaced it without incident and it seems to look good on the LCD, but when I zoom it in the picture returned/stored is blurry.  It seems like there is a lot of movement to it, but I was holding still.  Is there any adjustment that I need to make?  The CCD was not included so I just swapped it from the old one.

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It is not the ccd problem .
the lens adjustment and ccd have no relation.actually when optical unit was replaced ,it is not fixed properly and due to internal lens de-adjustment.you would find blurry images on zooming.
it must be re-adjusted.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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