I was using my camera to take pictures outside, and when I turned it on again, the screen showed a very blurry picture and the camera was unable to focus. It also made a strange squeaking sounds when it was trying to focus. I had not dropped it or anything, but perhaps a piece of dust got stuck in it? I have had the camera for only a year, so I am pretty disappointed.
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its likely that she may have hit the macro setting only allowing it to focus up close to objects to turn this off all you have to do is find a button that looks like a flower this could be on the arrow pad or in the menu system but it is called the Macro setting and with it turned off hopefully your pictures will be sharp again
It's lens problem. If you can, disassemble your camera and fix your lens. If you finish and the camera saw the same error..change your lens. It same with sony camera that message "Turn The Power Off and On again"
When I turn my camera on, the lens goes in and out a few times. Once it's finally on and I look at the screen, everything is blurry. When I take the picture, it's blurry too. If I try to use the zoom to adjust, the lens starts going in and out all crazy and won't adjust right.
Knocking the camera sounds like it works but may create another
problem. I have had this problem with p-100 , p-200 and now the w50, I
have found a small drop, of wd40 placed on both sides ,two opposing
sides,of the lens ring where it extends from the body will work also.
Don't spray, its a bit too hard to control amount deposited. Use a
toothpick or a stick to dip and then drop the oil.