A few days ago my monitor had been blurry so i tried pressing some spots around it to see i there was something loose. i got i fixrd eventually but just a while ago i pressed the spot again my monitor just went black but i can still hear the window's welcome sound and everything. i tried turning it off and on but still the same black monitor. mwah should i do??? help me pls
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I would take the tip of a chop stick or a closed pen, put it in a cloth. Preferably a lens cloth. get right into the tiny depression that the lens sits in. If its still blurry my guess would be that there is moisture in it. Short of taking the phone apart, let it sit in a warm dry place for a few days. when it dries there will still be minerals left behind from the water. Still might have to dismantle the phone. not really that daunting once you get going it get obvious have they are put together. Good luck.
It sound like you have some dust particles or a smudge spot on the CCD screen (actually on the low-pass filter in front of image chip). To leave an image on CCD, the dusts must be closer to the image plane to be registered so it should be somewhere closer to the screen or right on it. Take a look at the screen with "CCD Clean" mode and blow out any dust. If the smudge is on the screen, I recomend trained tech should clean it. good luck. For further assistance by email, go to www.camerarepairjapan.com
Change the screen resolution. The video card or video display may not be compatible to the supported video setting of the monitor. Try changing the video resolution to a lower setting such as 1024x768 and bit depth to 32 bit.
It is a regular problem with cameras that have a lot of zoom; optical or digital. a very little shaking of hands can really blur the image.
Image stabilization actually supposed to help. But if you are Ok with it off, that's great.
i would recommend resting your elbow on something solid (like someone's shoulder or a wall or anything like that.
One more thing - try inhaling and holding your breath at the moment you press the shutter release.
The best solution would be to buy a Tripod; even better would be to buy one which has a remote wired control.
take care and enjoy blur free images..
Hi I just experienced the same problem.Could NOT figure out what went wrong.The LCD screen image was blurred and as a result the pics I took were blurry:(
My husband then took over and simply cleaned off the front lens and POOF! It is back to good!Hope this helps!
It could be an issue with the dioptre adjustment:
1 Set the Power Switch to ?A? or ?M? while
pressing down the Lock Button located on the
2 Make sure the LCD monitor is closed and
locked. Pull out the viewfinder fully and adjust it manually for best viewability. So slide the rubber eyecup toward you.
3 Turn the Dioptre Adjustment Control until the
indications in the viewfinder are clearly focused. The control is a litttle knob on the sied of eye-piece. While looking through the viewfinder, turn the knob until it is focused.
Hope this helps.
mt, the 6 to 8 lines you were seeing were most likley the prelude to the end of the monitor. If the problem only occurs when the screen saver comes on then I could say the driver maybe being corrupted by a certain screensaver picture or program. When the monitor warms up to a certain temprature the electronics start to fail. You may want to turn off the monitor while your not right in front of it to cool it down and prolong its use.