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I accidentally left my camera on VGA while taking pictures (entire family vacation) and when I had them printed they were all grainy - anyway to get the pictures printed at this point.

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SOURCE: Grainy black screen when switched on to take picture.All other functions work.

Problem is your CCD has failed. Expensive repair.

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I have had this on my camera,

I took it apart and cleaned all the lens from behind and it took perfect pictures.

You best bet is to google the service manual, and see were you can go from there. if not take it to a local repair store.

Hope this helps.

Thanks

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I would give the camera to the manufacture for service, and include some samples of what the results are. It would be recomended to do this while the camera is under warranty.


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