Question about Canon PowerShot A95 Digital Camera
Images have horizantal lines and cant be seen clearly. There is a heavy tinge as well. I tried downloading it to a computer to see but no improvemnet. The images on the LCD display before the shoot is fine but recorded images have many lines across them.
I believe this may be an example of a recognised fault in the CCD sensor in some Canon cameras. To their credit, Canon will repair this for free, regardless of warranty status, (with free shipping in the US only).
for details on what to do, and the camera models to which it applies. This applies worldwide (except the free shipping), for non US countries simply look up your local service centre contact details and explain the problem.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
It sounds like your CCD imager is broke, but it sounds like your saying that the images look fine as your taking them, but only show up bad after stored.... If that's the case, then I will need more info, but if they DON'T look clear on the screen BEFORE you press the shutter, it's the CCD, which is usually an expensive repair.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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