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    blurry image sd870 si

  • camprofile Mar 18, 2009

    same problem with u all

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  • FIRST you need to put your camera in a bag 
  • SECOND you need to poke a hole in the bag were the lense is
  • THIRD put the lense part in running water
  • FOURTH the bag is to protect if it is not waterproof
  • FIFTH run in water for about 5 to 10 minutes
  • SIXTH then when its done let dry for 25 seconds
  • SEVENTH get a soft cloth or sponge and dab the lense (blot)
  • EIGHTH you want to take it out of the bag and test to see if it made it better 
  • LAST if it didnt work im sorry but it worked for me!

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I had a Canon SD870 and the camera worked fine for a few months. Then I started noticing that some of the pictures were out of focus, but only on the left-hand side. Somehow the lens assembly was defective. Canon replaced it under warranty. I have also seen websites that will replace the lens in it for $70.

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