Fujifilm x20 HELP

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    You may be exceeding the camera's close focus limit.

    The normal focus limit of that camera is 19.69 inches or almost 2 feet.
    In Macro mode the close focus limit is 0.39" (about 5 inches).

    http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/fujifilm-x20/2

    Read the camera users manual.
     
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    Looks like you are too close for the lens to focus.

    Try working in on your subject - get focus- move a bit closer - try again - then if you cannot achieve focus back off until you can.
     
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    Last July, this user had the same problem with another camera - see link above - and got the same answers.
     
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    The x20 can't do "macro" and short focal distances w/ the lens zoomed out...
     

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