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Slow auto focus on CD1000

Ust purchased the CD1000 last weekend. I find out that the auto focus of my camera is very slow, especially when it is indoor (sometime it even has difficulty to focus). Is it only my camera, or are all the CD1000 have the same problem? Thanks.

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Re: Slow auto focus on CD1000

No problems with my cd1000, could be yours is faulty. Sorry to hear it if that's the case!

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