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Photos taken in very high resolution are very large physically. Thus, when viewing them, especially with a default photo viewer, they are often too large and must be resized to view. If you check the viewer settings, there may be an option for "shrink to fit" and "enlarge to fit" that allows smaller and larger pictures to be viewed full screen without manually resizing and resaving each one. If the viewer you have doesn't have this feature, search sites like DOWNLOAD.COM to find one that does. There are many out there and many of them are free.
Use the largest screen to get a better idea of the focus. Smaller screens lack the resolution to show a slightly unfocused shot - but it will be noticeable later when printed or viewed on a large screen. Of course, these screens eat battery life - so you can use your optical viewfinder whenever possible.
The image is all there if you can scroll it, it is just that your image viewer software is showing it at full resolution which is larger than your computer screen, instead of fitting it to your screen resolution. The viewer probably has a setting in the options to change this. If not get a viewer that does. My favourite is a free program called FastStone, which you can download from a lot of free software sites, try download.com.
you can do something 1.take picture in camera . 2.copy the of the picture . 3.go to the picture you want to put in camera . 4.past the name on the picture. 5.change the dimensions of the picture to 3264x2448 or 2448x3264 6.then put the picture in camera (sd card) its work with me
This is an incipient CCD problem -will probably get worse over time.
Kikon support Team is the first place to try
the model may be subject to recall
If it is not or out of warranty- replacing the camera is the next option- there is not generally an economic repair option.