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Lens conversion I often use a telephoto lens or another type of lens such as a panoramic. I cannot get my camera to switch back to normal lens usage. I do have the Conversion Lens: OFF in the menu option. In the screen though my camera still shows W========T there is no other. Any suggestions? Usaually there is a line between the W and the T to show zoom conversion. I cannot get that back.

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Check the smart zoom precision zoom setting

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