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Will not Focus anymore

My Canon A560 worked great one afternoon- changed the batteries and now it will not focus????  I'm sure it was not dropped or any other trauma.  I've taken out the batteries and replaced them with new ones. 

Any ideas before I send it to Canon to get it fixed? 




Camera just stopped focusing properly!! when you use the zoom you can see the focus is good but as soon as you stop zooming one way or the other the picture goes blurry.

One more thing when i switch it on the first picture i take is almost in focus and gets worse from there on.
could it be the auto focus is out of alignment? have tried a factory reset and messed with settings to no avail.
Any help greatly appreciated as i gave the camera to my mum as a present and this started a few weeks later.

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  • marcusIT Nov 29, 2007

    I looked on canons website for troubleshooting and it seems there is a recall on my model for faulty ccd sensors which cause blurred focusing. I have been very careful with the camera and never dropped it but as i live in a warm country it is likely that the heat has affected the sensor.

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Thisdoes seem like a drop or bump- it does not take much to put a digi cam out of kilter.
Look lie it will have to go back for a repair job

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