Question about Nikon D70 Digital Camera
This could either be a damaged or dirty sensor, a bad or loose ribbon cable connecting to the sensor or, less likely, a bad CF card.
Sometimes using a slow or corrupt CF card will result in images being corrupted when trying to save. However, since you said all your photos are coming out this way it seems less likely. Have you tried taking photos with a newer or faster CF card? If not give that a try and if the problem persists then it is likely the sensor.
I would advise against trying to fix the sensor yourself. If you have a camera shop in your area they may be able to check it out and fix it but it could be pricey.
Posted on Feb 26, 2015
Did you drop camera? Sounds like a sensor problem and may simply be a ribbon connector in the cameras circuitry or recent exposure to water or dampness.
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