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Lens are damaged?

I open the camera today and find out that camera it showing blury things (can't understand anything) , when i take a picture i can see things but very very blury and mixed out. photos i tool before today i can see fine on the review option so it's not the lcd i guess...

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It has come to our attention that a limited number of products, manufactured before March 2004, and incorporating a certain type of image sensor device (CCD), may exhibit the following:

  • When the product is used in camera mode, the LCD panel and/or electronic viewfinder exhibits either a distorted image or no image at all.
We have determined that this only occurs in a limited number of devices, but may be accelerated if they are exposed to hot and humid environments.
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Re: lens are damaged?

It' because of the damaged CCD. The replacement of the CCD wile solve the problem

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