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Olympus camedia c-300 zoom auto focus

The lens was broken. I was fix the problem,the camera is funkcional...I can take a picture,but the picture is still blurred-muddy.what can I do to fix this problem. is there any software or something to fix the autofocus, if the autofocus is the problem... thank you

  • Dantes Inferno Jul 28, 2006

    thank you rafiq...
    yes I replaced the lens from another camedia c-300...
    I must to calibrate it...or what...and if, than how?

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I've changed about 30 Olympus lenses and not once have I had to calibrate anything. Software won't fix it, there isn't any such program and never will be. If you use the Optical viewfinder to get focus it's possible you've put that back together with the teeth missing the guides. Are you sure you replaced that tiny piece of glass (filter) between the lens and the CCD. Is the CCD locked on correctly? What is it you're using as a reference for focus? If it's the LCD and it's OK then the lens etc must be OK and the fault lies after the LCD. It certainly sounds like you missed something unless the second lens is faulty as well. As for not being able to fix a faulty lens it's definitely possible, just bloody time consuming. BMW

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Hi, really surprising, how could you fix the problem, it will be fixed only by replacing the lens assy. so just go to olympus shop. good luck....

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