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Blue vertical streaks on the recorded picture.

When I point the camera at a light source, I can see blue vertical streaks of light originating from the light source that move downwards.

This is present on the LCD, EVF and the recorded picture.

I have replaced the CCD unit but the problem is still there.

Any ideas what could be causing this ?

Please help.

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  • Kanishka Feb 12, 2008

    Forgot to mention the model.  It's a Panasonic NV-MD10000.

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Is it a lens flare .... I can only confirm after seeing the video....

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