Kodak DX6340 focusing

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by Jim McQuillan, Jul 17, 2003.

  1. Just got a Kodak DX6340 digital camera and although the results are great
    some of the time, there are too many occasions when the auto focus will not
    lock on any thing.
    I point at an object and half depress the shutter button and I get the
    steady green light to say focus is locked. I also get the correct signals on
    the focus screen (the brackets change to red) to say it is focussed, but I
    can see on the screen that nothing is in focus.
    If I take the shot, all I get is a big blur. Anyone else have this trouble
    or is my camera faulty. Took it back to suppliers but they say theres
    nothing wrong with it. When it does focus, the shots are great.
    Jim McQuillan, Jul 17, 2003
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  2. Jim McQuillan

    Ron Baird Guest

    Greetings Jim,

    Yikes sorry to hear about your experience.

    Actually, the camera is capable of sharp results all the time. I suspect
    the problem you are having is related to the settings you have chosen, and
    the lighting conditions - subject. What are the details of the exposure.
    What settings were used? I will help you get great results with that

    Ron Baird
    Ron Baird, Jul 17, 2003
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  3. Thanks for prompt reply. Camera at the moment with PC World undergoing their
    Tried it in numerous conditions, both indoors and outdoors. Most of my
    trials have been in Auto mode as I will no doubt use it mostly as a point &
    Yesterday I was at the sea side in glorious weather conditions and couldn't
    get a focus on buildings or shop fronts or even on the car as contrasty as
    they are.
    This does not happen all the time and it will suddenly snap into focus on a
    subject and take a great picture.
    When it is not performing, there is no movement or sound coming from the
    auto focus.
    Also it is almost impossible to see the screen in daylight unlike the Kodak
    advert says so you can't focus by using the LCD screen. The camera is only 3
    days old.
    Regards. Jim
    Jim McQuillan, Jul 17, 2003
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