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Green LCD Screen

My camera works fine, but when i turn it on sometimes everything appears green through the lens, and when i take a picture. It is not a setting and i have made sure nightmode is not on. Usually if i turn it off then turn it on again about 30 minutes later it appears normal. When i playback the movies i took in "green" they look normal. What could be causing this?

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Re: Green LCD Screen

Hi, it is in the monitor, not the camera, a component is getting weak, generally it is in the marix driving circuit. not much you can do but to have that part suggestion, use it til' it dies.... it might never.


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