Question about Canon PowerShot A95 Digital Camera
Recently, my a95 which had previously been working wonderfully started to 'act up'. The LCD display is very dark and won't adjust to changing light conditions. Pictures that are taken within flash distance (1 or 2 feet?) come out pretty good but any distance over that is dark or the color is just off. I'm wondering if this could be a symptom of a faulty CCD sensor or if it's another problem all together.
CCD sensor problems usually present themselves as either a blank image, purple cast, or lines through the image. Incorrect exposures are usually a result of the lens shutter failing to open and close correctly. Typically, the lens is not servicable and they need to be replaced.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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