When I move the camera side to side or up and down the lines move too, but a picture never comes into focus. I took some very nice pictures about a month ago, then the next time I tried to use it I got all these blurry lines. For about a second a good picture appeared but then was gone and it never worked again.
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Re: I get coarse blurry lines across the picture.
Hello, Your Canon A75 camera has problem of bad CCD Imager and this part will to be replaced. Canon offers free of cost repair of such problem in A75 models. Click Canon CCD Advisory to see details. Thanks.
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The most likely culprit is a slow shutter speed. If the subject moves while the picture is being taken, you'll see it blur. If non-moving objects show up sharp while the moving objects are blurred, then this is definitely it.
Another possibility is camera movement. Try putting the camera on a tripod or a table or other steady support, then use the self-timer to take a picture. If everything in the picture is blurry, then this is probably the reason.
The third possibility is that the camera isn't focused on the subject. Try taking a picture of the subject when it isn't moving and see what happens.
Some low-end digital cameras tend to take
blurry pictures when the camera isn't perfectly steady and/or there's
no much light. The built-in flash is normally weak and one has to find
the perfect distance by trial and error. If you're too close, the
picture comes washed out. If you're too far, it comes too dark. Try the following:
Try to get enough light, by turning lights on if indoors.
Hold the camera with both hands, elbows on your sides on a relaxed posture.
If taking portraits ask people to stay reasonably still.
If taking pictures of fast-moving objects, see if your camera has a sports mode and select it.
Most cameras shutter button has a distinguishable mid-point. If you
press it a little bit, the camera pre-focuses but it doesn't take the
picture just yet. It does when you press all the way down. By
pre-focusing you minimize drastically the time that the camera needs to
register the image and you have many more chances to take a good shot.
You may want to use a tripod, a monopod or the built-in timer to minimize the shaking and see if that makes any difference.
the camera takes blurry pictures consistently even after following the
advice above, you may want to consider getting a better one. It could
be the camera is defective, but most likely it is due to its low
tolerance to shaking and low quality overall.
I would try placing the camera on the table (very solid surface that doesn't move) then activating the self timer to take a picture. this will make sure you eliminate the chance that it's you and not the camera. if it still comes out blurry and you haven't inadvertantly switched it to manual focus, if the little thing has such a feature, you got a busted camera.
If you dropped the camera then the lense is out of alignment from when you dropped if mabey it can be fixed or not. It will cost much to fix the camera.it has a gear mechanisim so if its out of line its fuzzy pics.
Camera symptoms shows bad CCD Imager in camera and this part needs to be replaced.
Sony has announced free of cost repair scheme for such problem in DSC-T1 models. Please click Sony Support for details.
The most common cause of blurry images is the camera moved during exposure so make sure to hold the camera as steady as possible. Another common cause of blurry images is caused by not holding the shutter button halfway down to achieve focus, and then press the button all the way down to take the picture. Another cause of blurry images on this camera is the AF assist beam is either blocked or set to off, and lastly if your subject is too close to the camera (closer than 1.9ft) your image will come out blurred. I hope this helps!
I had that problem too. So I pushed the MENU button and got to looking to see what all was there. I moved down to where it says SCENE and clicked on it. I moved it down to portrait. On my camera that fixed my problem of no flash and it seemed to take forever to take the picture. You could try that. But I did notice though, that when I turn my camera off and then back on I have to re-do it.
mt, the 6 to 8 lines you were seeing were most likley the prelude to the end of the monitor. If the problem only occurs when the screen saver comes on then I could say the driver maybe being corrupted by a certain screensaver picture or program. When the monitor warms up to a certain temprature the electronics start to fail. You may want to turn off the monitor while your not right in front of it to cool it down and prolong its use.