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-You may need to use the Nikon D7000’s AF Fine tuning feature to correct for differences in manufacturing. You may also need to take your camera to a repair shop for adjustment. For more information, see the [[Nikon D7000 Troubleshooting#Section_Blurry_Imag]]
+You may need to use the Nikon D7000’s AF Fine tuning feature to correct for differences in manufacturing. You may also need to take your camera to a repair shop for adjustment. For more information, see the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Nikon_D7000_Troubleshooting#Section_Blurry_Images_When_Using_Autofocus|troubleshooting page].

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-You may need to use the Nikon D7000’s AF Fine tuning feature to correct for differences in manufacturing. You may also need to take your camera to a repair shop for adjustment. For more information, see the [[[Nikon D7000 Troubleshooting#Section_Blurry_Imag]]
+You may need to use the Nikon D7000’s AF Fine tuning feature to correct for differences in manufacturing. You may also need to take your camera to a repair shop for adjustment. For more information, see the [[Nikon D7000 Troubleshooting#Section_Blurry_Imag]]

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You may need to use the Nikon D7000’s AF Fine tuning feature to correct for differences in manufacturing. You may also need to take your camera to a repair shop for adjustment. For more information, see the [[[Nikon D7000 Troubleshooting#Section_Blurry_Imag]]

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