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I, took a picture with a bright sun as part of the picture. Now, my LCD just shows colored vertical lines. I, can not take a picture. Is there anyway, I, can fix this problem? Thank you.

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Remove your batteries. Let your camera reset. Direct sunlight is never good for your sensor. That should fix it. If it doesnt then you sensor has been damaged unfortunatley repairs on sensor are not cheap

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