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Thank you, I have had my FX200 Lumix some time now and I

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Hi, thank you for contacting JustAnswer.com. My name is***** will do my best to provide the right answer to your camera question.

I suggest that perhaps you should adjust Zoom last of all. (Or next to last, with Focus last, of course, as needed.)

Or, perhaps even better, you might need to use the Macro Mode of your FX200, since it is a small object that you are photographing... presumably at fairly close range! Macro Mode is most appropriate for really small, close-up, photography.

I hope that this advice helps... if it is not some type of error in the lens assembly or doubtfully in the camera.

Let me know what you think, please - I will offer further advice as needed. Thank you.

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