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Camera not showing picture before taking it.

So i have HTC one, and suddenly when i'm going to take a picture it doesn't show the scene but it does take the picture and i can even view it, but i really need to see what im capturing..

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If problem persist..try doing a hard reset. if this doesn't solve your problem try a rom update

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If you done, all what is possible. Now try do next:
Push camera button and wait until camera frame will loaded. Dont release camera button. Now push hard reset key. And during restart keep camera button. Whan system will loaded, you can try use camera.

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It would be best to bring your phone to diagnose the problem. It could be a number of things, from software to hardware, so your best bet is to bring the unit to a service technician

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I have a vizio Vt470m....the picture has always been perfect. All of a sudden when picture shows scenes with very little light (dark scenes like at night, space, low light) the black color almost look


Either the TCON board or the LCD panel has failed. Start by replacing the TCON board. If the problem persists, the panel is bad and the cost to replace it would be too high.

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CAN YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN TO TO ME WHAT IS EV COMPENSATION AND HOW DOES IT WORK


EV compensation is "Exposure Value compensation". The camera contains an exposure meter which determines how much light is on the scene and sets the exposure appropriately. However, this meter does not know WHAT you're taking a picture of, nor does it know what effect you're going for. The best it can do is to assume you're taking a picture of an "average" scene and want it to be of "average" brightness. It does this by assuming the scene is "middle gray," halfway between black and white. Most of the time this works fine, because most scenes are, well, average.
However, this is not always the case. Suppose you're taking a picture of a white dog playing in the snow. Almost everything in the scene is bright white, but the camera doesn't know that. It tries to make the scene middle gray, and the result is that you get a gray dog playing in gray snow.
On the other hand, suppose you're taking a picture of a black cat sleeping on the hood of a black car. Here everything is black, but the camera doesn't know it. It tries to make an average scene, resulting in a gray cat sleeping on a gray car.
EV compensation allows you to override the camera's exposure setting. In the first example, you'd want to add two or three stops (positive EV compensation) to force the camera to render the dog and snow as white instead of gray. In the second example, you'd want to subtract a stop or two (negative EV compensation) to render the cat black instead of gray.
How much EV compensation is correct? Well, that depends on the scene. With a digital camera, you can look at the picture and see whether the dog looks white or the cat looks black. Film photographers take lots of shot, using various levels of EV compensation, so that one of them would come out right.

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When I take pictures outside during the day, they come out too bright.


Welcome to Fixya,

The reason why your pictures so bright when you captured it it just beacuse of the settings. We have different scene mode that you have to chosse when capturing pictures outside or insde doors.

I have a manual here where in page 23, you can find the correct scene mode to select for capturing your pictures. You can choose from Party/indoor, beach/snow, sunset,even a Fireworks show scene mode where you can catch the best shot while watching a fireworks. Just click here.

You will also know more about your camera settings with this manual.

Hope this can help you.

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When I try to take a picture, the LCD displays a lot of colorfull squiggly lines instead of the scene that I want to capture. When I turn it ON, the Zoom lens extends normally, then the colored lines...


This would be caused by a defective CCD sensor inside rad this advisory from canon below:

http://www.dpreview.com/news/0510/05100602canon_ccdproblem.asp

You might want to consult canon for repairs as they are aware of such defect, its all across models here not just yours even nikon is experiencing these issues. Most of the boards where manufactured over seas calling for this advisory.

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My flash bulb doesn't work, picture are dark


Do you have it turned off? Is there a picture of a lightning bolt with a line through it? If so, press the button with the lightning bolt until the screen shows a lightning bolt and an "a". Also, do you have the camera set on a scene mode such as night? The flash won't go off in some scene modes.

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Failure to show scene


It looks like you main board is fried. The screen is white because since the board does not comunicate, the display think that all the pixels are on.

You are going to have to take it to a repair shop for a check up.


Good luck!

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Picture is not showing clear


i do not think the computer had anything to do with it. There are many reasons for fuzzy pictures

camera movement or shake- be very gentle when you push in the shutter
always focus your pictures by pushing the button half way down then slowly pushing it all the way down
Make sure you have your camera set on the right mode for the scene
Make sure you are not too close to the subject.

If you have changed anything on the camera go back to the menua dn change back to the default settings.



----Just a note:

When you connect to the computer you connect to the PC USB port first >then the camera port>then you turn the camera on and reverse theorder when you disconnect.

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The best situation to use each of the shooting modes


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