It might be because u r working in macro/supermacro mode (u can see a little flower on top of the viewfinder/lcd display) and focusing on a distant object or u try focussing a subject placed very near the cam while working with non macro mode. If changing these doesnt solve ur prblm, plz provide full details of what mode u use, what u r focussing on, what is the lighting conditions u used, etc..
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Could be the settings need adjusting.....to help you should check these settings and set to!
ISO to High ISO Auto.
AF to Auto
When taking the photo press the shutter button halfway till the window shows a green light (if the window red then not focused so release button and try again) then continue to press the shutter button till the picture is taken!
You can try adjusting the color output. There are two ways to do this: 1) In the service menu (I don't know the codes or parameters...) I will not cover this for lack of info.
2) Via the focus block (Very touchy and difficult to get the mix right again if you get too far off)
If you take off the front cover there should be a access panel. Behind that, there should be a small square black box with 6 screws on it. This is the focus block. (At least this is where most of them are located)
It sounds more like you may need more red in the mix or just less blue and green. There is a screw for each color. Do not mess with the focus screws, just the ones labeled 'SCREEN.'
Barely turn the red up. Use an insulated screwdriver and DO NOT TOUCH the focus block and ESPECIALLY NOT the back of it. Very HIGH VOLTAGE. I found that out the hard way.
Do not turn andy of these up too high or damage may occur and the TV may detect a short and shut off.
I have found that if the three colors are adjusted in a dark room to where the 3 color spots (R/G/B) are just barely visible on the screen at equal levels, there is a pretty good color balance.
The basic 4-flat trailer wiring colors are as follows.
Yellow-Left turn/Stop, Green- Right turn/Stop, Brown-Running Lights and White-Ground
7-way trailer wiring colors are as follows.
Yellow-Left turn/Stop, Green- Right turn/Stop, Brown-Running Lights, White-Ground, Red or Black-auxiliary power, Blue-Trailer Brakes and Purple-Reverse lights
You have a focus/screen control box Find it and adjust the R/G/B screen drives When you first start Go to Menu turn Color off then with a mirror adjust the picture as close as you can to a black and white picture R/G/B screen drives, the little control box you are looking for will have 3 controls on top for focus and 3 controls under them for screen drives to each tube red,green,blue after you have adjusted to a black and white picture then go back and turn color on.
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sounds like an overdriven green tube, the only thing you can try is to find the G2/Focus block assembly, either behind front speaker grill or remove back of set and look for a black box approximately 5"X5" , this box will have 6 philips type adjustment screws(plastic) 3 are for focus, do NOT adjust these,
the other 3 are marked "screen" the center screen adjustment screw is for green, turn it VERY slowly counterclockwise while the set is running and pray that your problem dis-appears, be advised that this is a HIGH VOLTAGE device so one hand in your back pocket the other hand turns the screwdriver, if the problem does not go away you have a poor green tube, good luck, sorry I can`t give you the exact location of the G2/Focus block, manufacturers move them to different places every year.
In this mode, all you have to do is press the shutter button and let the camera do everything else.
1. Turn the camera on.
2. Turn the shooting mode dial to .
3. Aim the camera at the subject.
4. Use the zoom lever to achieve the desired composition (relative subject size in the viewfinder).
The angle of view can be adjusted within the 45 to 100 mm range, in 35mm film equivalent.
When the LCD monitor is on, the combined use of the digital zoom and optical zoom enables magnified shooting up to approx. 7x.
5. Press the shutter button halfway.
beeps will sound when the camera has finished metering, and the
indicator will light green or orange. If the LCD monitor is on, the AF
frame will appear green.
The yellow indicator will blink and the beep will sound one time if the subject is difficult to focus on.
6. Press the shutter button all the way.
You will hear the sound of the shutter when the shutter activates.
The picture appears for two seconds on the LCD monitor, if it is on.
The indicator next to the viewfinder blinks green while data is recorded onto the SD card.