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The optical zoom has stopped
The issue lies with the lens assembly electronics and/or motor. If possible try another lens. If that one works it is the lens. If it doesn't, it might be the switch control for the zoom action.
on Sep 19, 2017
When you have to ask this question, my guess? you better don't try this.
But if you don't mind how this ends, you could try ifixit dot com. There they have manuals, videos and hints how to repair electronic stuff. They eventually can help you with the correct tools and pare parts, if needed.
on Jan 30, 2014
My focus keeps blurring for a while and then for no apparent reason corrects its self
This is called focus pumping, and can occur. Nothing to worry about. If the camera has enough light or there is lots of contrast in the object you want to take a picture of, it will be less. The correct focus is found quicker.
Every camera in autofocus, needs to find the correct focus. Only the bigger and expensive DSLR's, will focus a little faster then the compact camera's. Still Every digital camera has this effect, although not every on is as observing as you I think.
Only when it takes several seconds every time you want to take a picture, it could be an error. But when it was on focus and you want to shoot a second picture from the same situation, and is is quick in focus again. Your camera is ok.
on Nov 30, 2013
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