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Hello I trying to take some pics...and the pics become all dark and blurry...can you help me

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Not sure what camera you have so it's hard to answer the question sorry.

It sounds like your CCD is bad and you may still get lucky and have it repaired under recall.... but I don't know what camera you have so I don't know if its on the recall list or not.

Just Google 'widespread ccd problems' and click on the first link from 'imaging-resource com' and see if your camera is on the list.

Thomas.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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