Question about Cameras
Hi this problem isnt something you can repair by pressing buttons it seems that the lense has got damged or forced pass its normal place causing the focus problem their isnt nothing you can do yourself as it will require the lense being replaced the problem is you cant get them replaced it just isnt financially worth it as it would cost more than the camera itself.
Unless the lense needs cleaning then their is no setting you can change.
Have you got any warranty left on it if not try giving canon an email or phone call and they might repair it for you just explain the problem and if its a known fault with that model they will replace the camera for you.
Sorry i couldnt give you good news but any camera shop will tell you that unless the camera is worth £1000 or $1750 they just dont repair them or even sell the parts you would need
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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