Question about Canon PowerShot A470 Digital Camera
When i take a picture it is all shiny and blury.... you cant really see what the image is.
Possible that the CCD is a suspect. Try and allow the camera to be switched on for a long time, keep free from moisture or near a lamp to dry.
If not best is to take a referral for consensus without tampering without proper jig, spares and tools.
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a recall for the CCD of a lot of Canon cameras. check if your camera is on the list and they will fix/replace it.
check the canon website- go to your camera product page and there you will see there is a recall banner
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
1. The viewfinder's diopter is probably out of focus (doesn't affect Auto Focus of photos). There's a dial and a +/- symbol next to the viewfinder. Turn the dial till you can see clearly through it. Alternative reason: The glass in the viewfinder is dirty/foggy. Use camera cleaning solution (a drop) on a cotton bud to clean it.
2. Malfunction needs Canon Service Centre to take a look at.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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