Question about Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z600 Digital Camera
Mine is an EX-Z500 and I have the same problem of vertical smears showing only on the PC monitor. What is shown on the LCD is a very bright image than what was taken. I have reset to factory defaults but nothing has happened. I am still using the same original ver. 1.0 firmware.
I think I have had my camera for over a year now. My last camera was an Olympus but before that was a Casio. I was happier with my 1st Casio so I decided to buy another one after trying the Olympus.
Appreciate all the help. Thank you.
Your camera sensor is busted, or at least the chip that detects white
balance. It is a common result of mishandling or pointing the lens at a
very bright light like the sun. If you have the product warranty then
have it replaced. If not bring it to a camera technician and have the
faulty electronics repaired...
White bands and very white exposure is the common result of a faulty white balance or auto exposure function of your camera that went bust.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
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