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Canaon is 860 Blured image. Always right hand side of picture.

Almost every shot I take, regardless of setting is blurred on the right hand side of the screen when displayed on PC. It seem worse with landscape shots. I've tried back to back similar shots with diferent settings with no improvement. Lens is spotless. Thanks.

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  • Alan_t Apr 01, 2008

    Thanks, it's as I suspected. I just wanted to be sure.

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Listen you need to take the camera back where you got it and tell the person at the store because it is the camera that needs to be fixed i had the same problem except with the bottom right hand corner of my camera.

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