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john castle Posted on May 11, 2007
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Misaligned lens Hello I have an aiptek dv camera and the lens is misaligned All i get is blurred video and images. there does not seem to be a way of opening it and realigning the lens. Can you help me? Thanking you

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How old is it. might it be under warranty? If not them contact makers website for tech advice.

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