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Auto+manual focus ranges on the 850Z

How many steps are in both the auto and manual focus ranges on the 850Z? I couldn't seem to find these specs anywhere.

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EPSON ClearOptics™ Glass Len™/b> Lens type: 8 elements in 6 group construction Focal length: 6.5mm-19.5mm (equivalent to 35mm-105mm lens on a 35mm camera) Lens adapter included for optional 49mm lenses and filters Auto-Focus Range ™ Macro mode: 8" to 20" (0.2 m - 0.5 m) Normal mode: 20" to infinity (0.5 m - i™inity) User adjustable: 3', 8' and infinity

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The focus information is available at: http://www.ssdonline.com/... ...m?Productid=B111021F&affid=A01&urlid=B111021F

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