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First the camera has a flash to allow for darker areas to be illuminated to capture pictures. The type of camera may bot allow to capture outdoor pictures with the camera flash on. Power off the flash when outdoors to capture daylight pictures.
This problems are on the video board,that connected to the CRT.The video IC inverter,all the capacitors around it.Some of the capacitors,that help to divert the colors are dead.Don't mess with the CRT Yoke,put it back to the original mark and tighteen it before,u misalign the three colors guns for good.
On your remote control, press the huge circle, which should be settings or menu, there, go on brightness, put it up to max if u want bright, and low if u don't .If the problem still happens, ask customer service to help, or return it!!
The dulling picture really sounds like a lamp failing. You would need the sony lamp xl-2100u
The ghost image may be easier to fix, sometimes as lcds age you will get a slight shift in a color. deep in the sony menu there is a parameter (menu-setup-imageshift) that will give you 3 levels of correction, this may solve this issue.
I have a tv with the same problem. I gained access to the service menu (using the remote) and was able to increase the brightness available from my regular remote menu. It may kill my tv quicker but it looks great now. To find out how to access the menu I did a search for 'jvc service menu' and found out what buttons to push. There are many warnings out there about the possibilities of ruining was was ok to start with, but I used particular care(pen and paper) to record the original brightness setting for my tv. best of luck and merry christmas
You are losing screen voltage or whats called the boast voltage most likely. This is probably being caused by a bad capacitor in the sweep power supply. You will need to get a service manual as well as use an ESR type capacitor meter to find the bad capacitor(s). Good Luck