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Focussing My Olympus D-535 has trouble focussing. At the moment only about i in 4 photos are in focus. As the button is depressed the auto focus can be seen working. It often goes into focus and then loses it again.

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Two possible solutions. The camera may be set to Macro. The lens may have failed. If the camera is not set to macro then the lens has to be replaced and the camera reprogrammed.

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