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Vertical lines Hi all!!! I am getting colored vertical lines on the LCD and viewfinder. I can just recognise an image behind these lines. It obviously isn't the LCD because the menus show up perfect. It just won't recieve the CCD image correctly on the screen or viewfinder. Thanks

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This is a defect in the CCD ( light sensor ) - check with Canon and they'll replace it free of charge even if the camcorder is out of warranty.

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