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IMAGE BLURS AND IS VERTICALLY JAGGED

IMAGE RUNS VERTICALLY LIKE A WET PURPLE PAINTING

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The problem with your camera is the ccd this is a know issue with alot of digital cameras and most of the time the manufacture will repair it for free if you have a receipt. if not then repairs can run 65.00 and up on this camera. for more info goto digitalcamrepair.com.

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