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Only the right half of my pictures are coming out clear--the left sides appear to be out of focus. Is there an easy solution?

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In your case seems to be a CCD sensor problem. There is no easy solution unless your camera is in warranty period.The cost of repaired camera is almost equal to a new one.

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