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Blurred pics in vertical mode

When zooming there is a bar that shows how far along you've zoomed in and it has a line that travels along the bar.Is this what you are referring to?

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Yes then usually there is a line that goes through it. That is your barrier that seperates the focus area from the non-focus area. If there is one, make sure you are to the left of it.

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