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It will not focus. This is the second camera with the same problem, as we sent the first one back to you. What we would like is a way to solve this problem or to be able to send the camera back again and get a full refund, but would prefer another camera. It started out working fine but in a short time found it would not focus on anything and after taking a picture it was also blurry. My daughter loves the camera but cannot use it.

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Try cleaning the lens with a cloth it can be smuged as well as the settings may be off
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