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The EOS cameras have some sort of sensor built in to tell the camera which way the shot should be orientated on screen and when they are transferred to the computer. It sounds like the sensor is jammed or broken and sensing (for some reason) that the camera is upside down when the shot is taken. If you don't want to pay to have it repaired you can use a program to rotate them or turn of the image rotate option in the menu. I believe this ignores the sensor information.
Okay, what your going to need to do here, D not shoot the tech is bring this to a camera shop.
The issue is with the video output to the lcd display not the display itself. Nikon is aware of this happening due to extended use of the display but they will not fix it because it would be out of warrenty.
Your looking at $45 in parts alone labor I would set at $15-25 per hour. So if this camera cost $100 bucks then you would look at alternitives of course.
Please do not shoot the tech, We are not charging you here we are lookingfor you execlent feedback and ratings in exchange for the advice. Thanks
its actually probably the display. there is 3 different displays. 1. shows picture with icons 2. shows just the picture and 3. is a solid black screen. just hit the display button to cycle through until your desired display is present
Turn the camera on. Press the display button (second button down right next to the LCD (Labeled LCD/info) to turn on the LCD. Make sure you are not in review mode. Here is a link I am sure you will find helpful (its what I used to solve this problem) http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/publications/urg00714toc.jhtml
Let me know if this works
Your have a "Display" button that toggles thru different display modes .. one of the modes turns off the LCD backlight .. that useful if you are in bright light and dont need the backlight .. you have a very nice "transflective" display that works great in bright light without the backlight ... you can get more shots with the backlight turned off on each battery charge .(about 25% more) .
so each time you operate the display mode button you will get a different display .. one shows a hystogram .. one turns off the backlight and one puts the camera in a normal mode ..
if everything is working right then even with the backlight turned off you should be able to go outside or any brightly lighted area and see the picture on the screen ..
Did you accidentally press the DISP or DISPLAY button on the back of your camera? This manually turns the screen on and off to save batteries. You would then use the optical viewfinder to take pictures. To turn the screen back on, just press this button one more time.