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Re: Out of focus (soft) images and white LCD
This sounds like it might be a defective CCD imager. If so, Canon should fix this for you for free, including free shipping both ways. This is regardless of your camera's warranty status. Please check the following two links for more info:
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The set needs to be focussed and reconverged. The red and blue images combined make a magenta/purple image. Adding green makes it white. Depending on the type of TV, if it's a CRT projection TV then there's an electronic focus control for each of the three tubes as well as the mechanical adjustment of the optical lenses. Given the description, then I'd have a look at the electronic focus first. A sudden shift in focus suggests that something in that circuit has given out. This would cause the red and blue images to go soft enough to create a halo around objects on screen.
Please look for lock in memory card as in the above image. If the white latch is in downside position then slide it in up position. Also check that you are inserting the memory card in right position in the camera.
about the cards their models must be not same that's why you don't get the soft copy of other pics on your computer ..or
For those of you with a Canon camera of the above models; there is a
firmware release that will make the autofocus work a bit better. Here are the links (a40,a30,a20,a10) http://www.canon.co.jp/Imaging/PSA40/PSA40_Adjustment-e.html http://www.canon.co.jp/Imaging/PSA30/PSA30_Adjustment-e.html http://www.canon.co.jp/Imaging/PSA20/PSA20_Adjustment-e.html http://www.canon.co.jp/Imaging/PSA10/PSA10_Adjustment-e.html
It mainly fixes the soft-focus problem with the second to last telephoto setting: In
case you haven't seen this problem, take an A40 and zoom to the
furthest optical setting (3x). Take a pcture; preferably something a
dozen meters away or so. Then just touch the button lightly to zoom back
one step (there are 7 zoom settings in total if I recall; maybe only
6); and take the same photo. When you compare these the soft setting of
the second photo should be apparent.
The firmware went smoothly for me and is fairly simple to do.
To determine if the LCD screen is faulty or the video card.
Connect an external monitor to the laptop's external video port. Power up the external monitor first and then the laptop. The video will automatically switch to the external monitor and if you see a normal Windows image then the video card is OK and the fault is with the LCD screen,
If this is the case power down and re-seat the video cable/connector on the laptop. This hopefully will fix your problem.
Hello there. I understand that your Notebook is not showing the display lights. To isolate the issue please do the following troubleshooting steps.
1) Check the display with external monitor. If the external monitor is showing the display then the problem is with the LCD screen. If the external monitor is not showing the display then the problem is with the display card.
2) If you have any torch light or a cell phone , try focusing the light on the LCD screen after the Notebook is powered on and check whether you are able to see the texts and images on the LCD. If you are able to see the images and texts then it is the problem of the LCD back-lights. The lights which glow at the back of the LCD panel are not working.
If your Notebook is under warranty HP will repair it free of cost.
Contact HP customer chat center for more information regarding the details of the repair and the procedure for sending the Notebook to HP in case of repair.
For contacting HP chat support click on this link or copy and paste it in address bar of a web browser.
Well, stupid me, I didn't realize there is a diopter adjustment button directly to the right of the viewfinder. I would NEVER have known it was there, but after asking my photo-nerd friends all of a sudden the solution was apparent. Still a wasted day of shooting, but hey now I don't have to look like an idiot taking my camera somewhere to be serviced!
It sounds like the focus element in your lens is not functioning properly. Does the lens retract completely when you turn off the camera?
When you push the button does the camera attempt to focus the image? If you do not see any change in the image when you push the button, and do not hear any sound - then your focus motor is either jammed or malfunctioning.
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