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When the camera is exposed to hot temperatures 100 plus the camera will not focus properly the image on the screen jumps and the lens or focus feature inside the camera vibrates you can feel the movement through the metal case. This does not seem to occur in cooler weather only after the camera is opened and closed several times in hot weather.

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There is steady shot mechanism located at end of lens assembly, that mechanism gone bad and vibrates, replacement of that mechanism will fix your camera issue.
Local camera repair shop will do this job as camera will take apart to replace defective part.
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