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Re: Taking Black and White pictures on a Canon A430
Place the camera in manual mode (M on the dial). Pess the 'Function' button and icons will appear at the right of the screen. Select the second to the last icon, this is the "My Colors" menu. Press the right keypad button until you have selected "BW" for black and white.
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I do not know the solution Yet, I have the same problem on a canon A430 and a canon A460 ,after 1.5 Years of use,very strange they are like time-bombs
I ordered the flex cable of the shutter unit,but it is not arrived,
I will let you know the results
I had the same issue with the white horizontal lines with myCanon Powershot series camera too. When taking pictures, I get the horizontal lines. In daylight, I almost cannot see the pictures because it gives me very bright output. In darker areas, the picture can still be toleratedbut white lines are still there. Although when I am taking a video,the quality is good.
As part of their advisory: "Effective immediately, and regardless of warranty status, Canon willrepair, free of charge, the products listed above exhibiting theabove-mentioned malfunction if Canon determines that the malfunction iscaused by the CCD image sensor. Canon will also cover the cost ofshipping and handling in connection with this repair."
I'm not familiar with the A430 specifically, but all digital cameras have exposure settings for the type of picture you're taking (outdoor scene, portrait, shadows, etc.). Since you can take good interior pictures, I think you're likely set on a "indoor" or "shadow" setting rather than "auto". Some of the icons are a little confusing but "auto" is the best setting for most situations. If the camera is set to auto already, then I would suspect that the light sensor is defective and contacting Canon Support is your best option.
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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