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Poor picture quality. It almost looks infrared.

In any picture mode, the picture and screen has lost color definition and clarity. It almost looks like it was in infrared mode. I can barely make the picture out on the screen. After a couple seconds my camera tells me to "Please turn camera off and then on again". This happens every time. It seems like something is wrong with the lens because the menu and other operations look fine. I am not sure what caused this to happen. I haven't dropped it or gotten it wet in any way. please help!

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THe CCd is the problem ..... you will have to get it repaired or replaced ......

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