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When camera ls open it looks like wet paint runnig .

When i open the lense my camera looks like a painting that has had water thrown on it.when i take a picture it comes out the same way

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This is known problem of CCD Imager and this part needs to be replaced in DSC-T1
Sony will repair your camera free of cost as per announced scheme.
Click Sony CCD Imager Support for details.

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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What is an alcali


Nothing to do with cameras....... Alcali is most probably incorrect spelling for alkali - a mixture of soluble salts found in arid soils and some bodies of water; detrimental to agriculture.

If its related to paints, this is possibly the best advice:
  • Allow fresh masonry surfaces to cure for at least 30 days before painting. If this is not possible, use a high-quality, alkali-resistant primer.
  • Test alkalinity of the surface with phenolphthalein or a pH pencil.
  • Paint with a high-quality water-based paint and avoid colours that are alkali-sensitive.

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HORIZONTAL STRIPES ON PICTURE


Hi!
Turn on the camera
Pull the lens at maximum zoom
Turn off the flash!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Shoot the picture - look into the lens.

If no motion picture shutters in the lens:
1. Faulty flex cable shutter
2. Faulty valve solenoids
etc.
Requires repair of the shutter assembly in the lens

If you saw the shutter and blurry pictures as paint - matrix defective - Replace the camera matrix.

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A trojan horse has infect my camera and changed all my files to shortcuts


Check to see if the actual file content has changed. Try opening one of the files with paint. Open paint and drag one of the files (i'm assuming the files are supposed to be images) onto paint to open it in paint. If the file successfully opens in paint and you see the image, you know that all the virus did was change the extension from the file from .jpg (jpeg image) to .lnk (link or shortcut). If the file does not open successfully where it should, then you know that you have lost your images.

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Contact Canon about this. There were a bunch of bad CCD sensors that got into production, and this sounds like a bad CCD.

http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=PgComSmModDisplayAct&fcategoryid=225&modelid=13390&keycode=2112&id=27703

Regardless of warranty status, they are fixing them for free. Well worth contacting them. They fixed my A75 in about a week.

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I think some dust or sand has gotten in the zoom,


compressed air is your best bet, but very tricky to take all apart. have you tried using a hover with some sort of small paint brush and direct all the vacume into the areas wher eyou think the sand is. might work best of luck

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Size reduction


You can do this with most photo editing applications (Adobe Photoshop, Paint, etc.)... For Paint, just open the picture file (.jpg) in Paint, click the 'Image' menu and select 'Stretch and Skew'. You'll see a window which will allow you to reduce the image size by precentage (try 50% in each box). Then save your image and the resulting file should be a lot smaller.

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