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Orange blue lines, image over exposed for outdoor shots

When taking a photo on my kodak z612, there are orange and blue lines across the screen, and when using it outside the photo comes looks like it is over exposed even though I have it on the appropriate setting.

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Hi,
You might have chosen either to fast an ISO (i.e. 800 or 1600) or you have too much light entering the lens (sensor) in other words the automatic exposure is turned off manually or there is a fault, check first the menu options as a rough guide you should have the ISO set around 200 - 400 the aperture set around F6.3 to 8 with a shutter speed at 200 ish, all this depends on the brightness of the day but if you have auto exposure on which every new camera would have these days then that is all taken care of. Try different SCN and ISO to see if problem still persists. If the problem is intermitted, try to find a pattern in to when the faulty pictures appear.

Or else try to remove the memory card. Turn On camera without memory card, now press menu button and go to setup menu and under setup menu please look for format then press Ok, under format please format the internal memory. Now if you already reformat the internal memory, take atleast 3 pictures on a same subject, then hit review if the lines appeared on both pictures on same location, it means camera needs of service please call Kodak toll free 1 800 235 6325., For U.S and canada support.
Thank you!

Posted on May 17, 2010

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