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CCD Failure !!! dont worry they will do it free of charge i am pretty sure see the link if ur camera model is not incl in the list and even if u are out of warranty they will do it free of charge just call them in ur region and they will do it free of charge it is a manufacturing fault in some CCD chips
Usually this is beacause you press the button "visible", all camera have this button to choose the visible model of the LED, you can turn off it to save power to take more photos by view sight from the small sight window above the screen.
Luckyfourme, Check to see that the automatic lens protector is opening and/or off when you experience black screen, as it should open letting light in when you power up the Kodak easyshare camera. Good luck and Congratulations on your Daughters upcoming Wedding!
Note that Canon should fix this for you free Worldwide. Sorry, but I don't understand French. But here's a starting point for your search for repair help in France: http://www.canon.fr/Support/index.asp
My viewing screen is black. I had successfully taken a picture, viewed it, and turned the camera off. When I turned it back on about 30 seconds later, the viewing sceen was black. I can 'take' a picure, but it comes out black. Help!
Camera is designed with one cirucit board to control most functions. The camera probably has a damaged component or dead CCD chip. There is no economical solution but replace the whole camera because the part is not available to replace it.