I'v had my camera for about 5months now & i'v never had any problems with it before this. Now when i take pictures there is lines going all the way across the photo. the lines dont appear on the LCD screen. they only appear after the picture is taken. the only solution i could think off was that the battery could have been gone but it still happenend after i changed them. please give me some advice on what i should do. Thank You
I had a similar problem with a Casio and they directed me thru some exercises and the one that worked was removing the battery and holding down the "on" or maybe it was the "shutter" button for one FULL minute. Worked fine after reinserting the battery and taking some pictures.
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Hello - from what you said - it sounds more like a sensor problem in the camera.
If the screen looks OK while sizing up a picture , then 'click' Image is stored on sensor which is read as one LARGE matrix of dots and stored into memory.
If the white lines start at this point - ie. viewing the picture while in camera and then after download.
Then, the problem started at the sensor.
I just did a (www.goggle.co.uk) and did a search for problems - and NONE apart from Wi-Fi connections to Windows7 -- all reviews were great.
I would connect Nikon to see what they recommend . -- Ray
Ok, first of all......when you transfer the pictures to a computer are the blue lines still in the picture? Also if you reset the camera does the image still come out white?
A lot of times what happens is that there is nothing wrong with the actual picture it is the lcd. When you transfer the picture it looks ok you are only seeing the blue lines on the lcd. That means that the lcd is going out. If you transfer the picture and the blue lines are still in the picture after transfer then we can try to reset the camera as there is something else going on besides the lcd. More that likely it is just an lcd that needs to be replaced.
With a white image that usually means that the white balance is off on the camera. I would recommend resetting the camera and then try retaking some pictures to see if they are still coming out white. If they are then you would have to send the camera in to be repaired.
I have the same problem too with my a430, when i shoot outdoor, it's like over exposed, more of a white, but it's good indoor shooting aside for some horizontal lines. i already reset all the settings, still nothing changed
The scren is just displaying the input from the CCD (Digital Sensor that actually takes the
picture).. If The pictures were fine, but the screen was funky if you could live with it then there wouldn't be a problem.
Since it's on both the screen AND on your photos it points to there
being a fault with the CCD
Given the age of the camera, the cost of a repair I'm afraid it's time for a new camera. there's nothing you can do to fix this yourself.
Sorry for being the bearer of bad tidings.
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