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CCD Imager problem

After finding this website I have concluded that the CCD imager is the problem, however, my question is, can this also make the shutter make a strange sound when you take the picture? like it sounds "sick."

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If you call canon....they will repair this for FREE....dosnt matter if its over warranty or not. It was a bad CCD imager that was installed in all a75s. Contact canon support....they will send you a return authorization and they will even pay the return shipping charges.


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