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Focus is off the picture is like looking at Three-D. It is shrunk in the middle and wide on the ends

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Replace the convergence IC you need one STK730-130 Convergence IC. You can get one at www.tvrepairworld.com

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Big black square in middle of screen picture top to bottom about 36 " wide good audio and picture 6" on right and left side displaying.


If you have tried using different input devices, looked for loose contacts
in power outlet, RC Jack, cable and connectors, the TV might need service.

Aug 26, 2012 | Hitachi 55HDS69 55 in. Plasma Television

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Bad pictures on my Digital Camera


A digital camera is a wonderful device - it's just not as good as the human eye yet.
Some things to watch out for:

Spots in the picture - Shiny surfaces reflect your flash back to you.
Picture is dark - Bright Window behind your subject - . Use backlight setting.
Bad focus - Subject is not in the middle of the picture. (Use focus lock if you have it)
Colours don't look right - Sunlight in a building with overhead fluorescents.The camera does not know to use the fluorescent light setting. Set it.
Picture is clear but dark on an overcast day - sport setting is ON or the ISO is too fast. Use auto, 100 or 200.
Flash won't flash and subject comes out dark - light behind subject. Set the flash to 'Always' for this picture.

Do's and Don'ts
Don't drop the camera. USE the hand/neck strap.
Don't store pictures on your memory stick - make copies as soon as you can.
Don't make changes to pictures with your computer while they are on the memory stick. Work with copies on your computer.
Do not allow rain to land on the camera - rain easily runs inside.
If you use rechargable batteries - have two or more sets. Use one set until they are used up, then switch. Charge the low battery only. This maximizes the battery life and provides the longest operating time.
Clean the battery contacts in the camera two or three times a year with 99% pure alcohol and a cotton swab. It does not hurt to clean the ends of rechargeable batteries at the same time. Don't touch batteries on their ends.

on Mar 29, 2010 | Cameras

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Remote sensor location


Remote receiver is located on tiny PC board at the top and just in front of the middle of the three picture tubes---board is about 3/4 inch wide and maybe 2 inches long----pretty standard IR unit.

Look from back with back cover removed and it is in front of the middle lens there.

Nov 30, 2011 | RCA P61939 61" Rear Projection Television

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I want to take a picture that is focused on the subject, while everything else in the picture is blurry


What you want is a limited depth of field. There are three factors that control the depth of field: subject distance, lens focal length, and lens aperture. The greater the distance, the wider the DoF. The shorter the lens, the greater the DoF. The smaller the aperture, the greater the DoF.

One problem with compact cameras is that they have very small sensors. This means that they have short lenses. And short lenses mean they have wide depth of field. This is often an advantage, in that more of the scene is in focus. Unfortunately, this works against you when you don't want a wide DoF.

At the short end, the S2's lens focal length is 6mm. This will put just about everything in focus. Even at the other end, the focal length is 72mm. With a 35mm film camera, most portrait photographers use lenses at least 85mm in focal length in an attempt to minimize DoF to draw attention to the face and blur the background.

Unfortunately, the best you'll be able to do is to set the camera to the portrait mode, get as close to the subject as possible, and zoom in as much as possible. I realize the last two conflict with each other, you'll just have to find the proper balance for whatever you're photographing.

Nov 18, 2010 | Canon PowerShot S2 IS Digital Camera

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Tv picture is shrunk to the middle of the screen and turns off


if you mean line across middle no vertical deflection prob circuit prob. need tech.

Dec 13, 2008 | Zenith C27A24T 27" TV

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Picture colors not in phase


Make sure which color is not in line.
What u have said makes me believe U are having a dead vertiacal drive on one of the gun
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Nov 13, 2008 | Sony KP-51WS510 51" Rear Projection...

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The picture has shrunk - maybe 720P vs 480P?


make sure your hd cable connection from your cable box is going to an hd connection to your tv.[via hdmi, dvi,or componant.] if you have a different hook up such as rca out or coax out, these are not hd connections and you are probably streching out the picture.look at the rear of the tv & cable box and see how the connections are.the hd hook up to the hd input should make the picture the right size only if it's set on the hd input channel.hook up the dvd player to a aux/line in or video/source input and try changing the picture size. you may have to play around with it till you get it the way you want.
hope this helps.
wg

Feb 06, 2008 | Vizio P2 42 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television

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Sylvania 27 in tv picture


It sounds like your vertical has shrunk, causing the picture to look squashed. Most likely a bad component in the vertical output stage.

Dec 19, 2007 | Sylvania 6413TC 13" TV

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Picture fault


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What is picture like if you change screen size to 4-3  is this picture size ok & fault only shows in the wide screen formats.

Oct 10, 2007 | Televison & Video

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S4 No Multiple Focus?


Acceptable focus depends on many things and an appreciation of aperture, lens, distance and shutterspeed is needed before understanding the finer points of 'depth of field' (what will and wont be in focus). Like all cameras, an auto focus camera cannot make everything sharp, it has to focus on one thing, usually in the middle, and the rest of the picture either falls in or out of focus, depending on the combination of the above points. For example, if you shoot on a wide-angle lens with a small aperture, say anything above f8, you should have everything you want in focus. In contrast, on a longer telephoto lens with a wide aperture (more light being allowed to hit the film or chip or whatever) the resulting picture will be sharp within only a few inches of the focus point. This can be really nice if you are shooting single portraits in bright light as the background will become extremely blurry and colourful. I am presuming that the shots you are concerned with had the camera settings set to wide aperture priority, possibly because it was dull or you had a 'sport mode' selected where fast shutterspeed is needed to catch rapid movement thus a wide aperture is needed to compensate and so shallow depth of field results. I don't know the camera you are using or whether you will understand any of the above. If you need a greater explanation of what is essentially a science, please let me know.

Sep 08, 2005 | Pentax Optio S4 Digital Camera

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