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ALTERNATE WAY TO TRANSFER PHOTOS AND VIDEOS TO A COMPUTER If your photos and videos are stored on the memory card, then remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Connect this USB memory card reader and memory card into the USB port of your working computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device or an external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card and copy the photos and to your computer. Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. You can copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off your memory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing any programs.
Hi, Your camera must be experiencing these symptoms due to a faulty CCD, and not due to other problems. If the problem is due to your dropping the camera, you might be out of luck. If you have not dropped your camera and still facing this problem, then contact service people to replace the CCD imager in your camera .
there may be a problem with your battery, or your memory card. Try a spare battery and card if you have them. try backing up your photos to disk, and reset the camera. Ensure that the battery is fully charged and the memory card and battery contacts have not become damaged - have they come into contact with moisture?
You're seeing blown-out highlights. Those are the portions of your photo that have been overexposed and lost all detail, going pure white. This is a warning, since the camera doesn't know whether you're going for this effect. Blown-out highlights are generally considered a bad thing, and the proper fix is to reduce exposure to bring back the details. This risks losing details in the dark shadows but this isn't considered as bad, since we don't expect to see things in the dark.
That was the long answer. The short answer is to press up/down on the multiselector to cycle through the different views of your photo.
Make sure your battery is fully charged. If the battery is not fully charged your flash may not fire at the brightness you need to take a well exposed photo. Also, check your ISO settings. Try taking photos at a higher ISO when the subject is in a dark area. Experiment with the ISO. Good Luck!
It sounds like your flash capacitor isn't fully charged up and your taking a photo and there isn't enough power charged up, so your photos turn out too dark. Take a photo, wait for a minute or til you see the flash icon inside the viewfinder lit up and then try taking another photo.
This sounds like the dreaded CCD sensor problem especially since you can play back ok. Try to have it done free of charge by canon agent...not that hard to motivate because the sensor should last 10 years + . Replace CCD sensor !