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"overexposure" The problem arose after I visited a botanical garden and went from cold outside weather to high temperature and humidity conditions. The next day I found that the image through the viewfinder and lens appeared vastly overexposed, nearly all white. If I focused on an object, the exposure would return to normal, but the picture taken was shot through all over with fine white lines, making it indecipherable. The exposure through the lens and viewfinder has now returned to normal, but the white lines in the pictures persist. Any suggestions, particularly those that don't require sending the camera away (I'm in another country now and will have dire need of the camera in about a week), would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

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CCD failure. Known issue apparently based on other posts on other forums and web sites: http://www.nikon.co.nz/pagearticle.php?pageid=2-bdc691bf61

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