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Camera screen is white when turned on

My camera screen is white when i turn on my camera and it still flashes when i take a picture but there is still just a white screen. i can still hit reveiw and see the other photos fine. what is wrong with my camera please help

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Re: camera screen is white when turned on

The problem is not with the screen as you can see other photos and menu

it may be with the image sensor or lens
this would definitely need a repair

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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