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White lines My camera now records whie lines across the image, like scan lines on a TV and is prone to overexpose. Recording on video mode is no problem so I assume the sensor is OK. It seems like the post processing software has gone funny. Is there a way to reset it or even take pictures in raw mode . My old casio had hidden keystrokes to do this

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Re: White lines

I read somewhere else that it is a shutter problem

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