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What is the cause of having blurred picture when zooming?

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Its probly due to the distance off the zoom lens and the focus lens
cause by a focus motor defective or miss aligment in whole lens assembly du to a choc or so...

hope that will help

regards alan

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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