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My FinePix A510

The long range shots are blurry and before it was great to shoot long distance. Whats wrong with ut? What extended lens do I use on this camera

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First check that the camera setup is not in the macro mode, or in a fixed focus mode of some type.

If there is an actual defect, it is possible that the focus helicoid in the lens has some abstruction or defect near to the end of its focus range. It is also possible that there is a fault with the focus sensing for the near to infinity point.

This is something you cannot fix yourself.

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Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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