Question about Kodak Cameras
That sounds like a sensor problem.to me... its nothing that you'd be able to fix, it will need to go back to the manufacturer/trusted repairer to be fixed. it can cost a huge amount though. a broken sensor normally means the end of a camera's life unfortunately.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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to function when their battery power is low, but produce grainy
photos with incorrect coloration. Make sure you aren't using Ni-Cd
rechargeable batteries, which are generally not recommended for
2. For the best picture quality, make sure the camera is set to its highest resolution. This may have been adjusted by accident. The process for doing this varies greatly among different digital cameras. Keep in mind that fewer photos will fit in the camera's memory and it will probably take longer to transfer them to the computer, at a higher resolution.
3. Digital photography tends to be more prone to blurring (caused by slight movement of the camera while the photo is taken) than 35mm film, especially with very small or lightweight digital cameras. To remedy this, try using a tripod and/or the camera's timer, if it has one. Adjust the camera's shutter speed if possible.
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5. The lens may need cleaning. Make sure you use a cleaning material which will not scratch the lens. If possible, refer to its manual for specific cleaning instructions
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