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Distored and grany picture

I have a sanyo xacti vpc s6
when i take picture in dark area the picture taken is ok but when i take picture in day light it becomes distored and grany as if the picture is shaking
what causing the problem

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It is a CCD failure try to contact Sanyo they might change it free of charge as other companys are also doing it is a manufacturing fault in CCD units see the link try it email them i am sure they will do it free of charge

http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html

tell me ur region i will fwd u a link for support

pls rate me FIXYA for help

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