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The image in astronomical telescopes are naturally upside down. This can be corrected using an inverting eyepiece . The reason this is the case, is that normally when viewing astronomical objects it doesn't matter if the image is upside down, so to minimise the loss of light that is the more important issue, unnecessary optical surfaces are eliminated. Terrestrial telescopes do naturally have inverting eyepieces as people expect to see objects the right way up.
Getting and inverting eyepiece will be cheaper the changing telescopes! :) Your eyes see everything upside down too, but your brain turns the image the right way up. The image in cameras is also upside down at the image plane, but the electronics turn it the right way up for you.
This is semi difficilt to repair. When you swivel the LCD around there is a cam that actuates a micro switch that flips the image upside down to view the image from the front.There is one small screw that holds it in place but getting to it is a little yime consuming.
The auto rotate sensor is going bad. Look in your camera's menus for a selection to turn autorotate off. Actually going inside the camera and fixing the sensor is possible for those with some electronics background, but really not worth the risk of further damaging your camera. This feature is not necessary as most image processing software has this same feature if needed.
Check your graphic card settings. I have a 6600gt, and can invert my
screen. Try going: right click your desktop, select properties. Go the
settings tab. Clieck advanced. There do you have a tab for your
graphics card? Mine shows I have a 6600Gt. After selecting the tab it
displays options. I have NVrotate. That rotates my screen.
Has this just happened or has it always been like this?
There appears to be a a fault in the main board and only replacement will cure-
So may be if the camera is more than a year or so old- time for a new one.
Meanwhile do speak to the Canon Tech Support on the Web site.
And whilst the matter is still not resolved ,shoot holding the camera upside down- seriously - tell me what happens.
The first thing I would do is a reset. Read your manual about this process, which often requires pressing two buttons at the same time or take your batteries out, wait a minute and put them back. See if resetting helps. Not being familiar with your camera, speciffically, Ithis sounds like the firmware in the camera is reading the info back to you backwards when it processes the image (from memory) for you to view. That means it is the firmware in the camera that is defective and sometimes you can update or reinstall that. I would check the manufacturer's site for updates or recalls and if it is under warranty, send it back to be fixed.