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Tom ­ Brown
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I have noticed that distance shots always look soft with my S110. Close ups and macro look stunningly sharp. I love my S110 but I am considering upgrading it because of this problem. Infinity mode makes no difference that I am able to discern.

I'm pretty sure this is a problem with the small 2:1 lens as my brother's S110 and my buddies S100 all look about the same. Does anyone have some insight into this problem they would care to offer? I'm in love with the camera. If I could have it calibrated or learn a technique to make it better, I would be ecstatic.


Thank you,

Tom Brown

This is the very BEST distance shot I have ever taken with my S110:

http://www.carlsonspee​d.com/~tombrown/regina​/IMG_0441.JPGexternal link

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