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After taking a picture I get what looks like a tie

After taking a picture I get what looks like a multi coloured, peaks and troughs graph on screen. What's happened?

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You're seeing the histogram. Press the DISP button to cycle through the different views of your picture.

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SOURCE: my camera is not taking clear pictures anymore

Hi,
Its known issue with ccd imager in Canon A75 camera.
CCD imager needs to be replace in camera to back in business.

Canon will repair A75 camera free of cost as per announced scheme.

Click Canon CCD Advisory for details.


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My Nikon D50 in picture play back mode is giving pictures in multi colour not as pictures ?


I'm not sure what you mean by "multi-colour mode" but this page shows all of the possible playback display modes and describes them. Hopefully this helps you. I use a D7000 which is quite similar and I've never seen a multi-color mode. Nikon D50 SLR Review

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<p>How to check the colour cathodes of a picture tube for emission<br /> <p> <br> <p>It is very easy to cehck the emission of the cathodes of a colour picture tube. Assuming all other circuit parts are working, including LOT [Line output Transformer] and video output section.<span> </SPAN>There is proper screen voltage; focus voltage and EHT [Extra High Tension]. Locate the three cathode points on the base card, usually marked as Gk, Bk and Rk.<span> </SPAN>Keep the brightness, contrast and colour control to zero position.<span> </SPAN>Take a wire of suitable length, say 50cms or so, tie its one end to TVs chasis [negative].<span> </SPAN>Take one resistor of value 100K 1W, tie its one end to the other end or the wire, thus one end of this resistor is now connected to negative chasis and the other end of it is free now.<span> </SPAN>Hold this resistor with with some electrically noncunductive material [using hand gloves will be better]; switch on the Tv, wait a minute or so to get it warm up.<span> </SPAN>Just make a touch at each cathode of the picture tube base card solderings.<span> </SPAN>Just one touch will give you a colour of the respecive cathode on the screen.<span> </SPAN>Never hold it for long time. This process can be used for checking cathode emission of any type of Cathode Ray Picture tubes. <br> <p>

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Inputting inequality signs in equations on Y= graphing menu.


Choose one of the inequality type graphs

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Press F6 for the arrow on the right, you will get the other types
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For example press F1 to select the Y greater than type graph.casio image 4-kiqbpyn3hgcftjnsgpwgpmsp-5-6.png

Notice that on the top line Graph Func: Y>. From now on all the graphs you will draw will be Y> some function in X.
Start entering the function. As you start the screen will show Y1>casio image 5-kiqbpyn3hgcftjnsgpwgpmsp-5-10.png

Enter the function for example sin(X^2). Use the X, theta, T to input the X variable.casio image 6-kiqbpyn3hgcftjnsgpwgpmsp-5-15.png

Press the EXE key to complete the function line. The screen will look like on the following screen grabcasio image 7-kiqbpyn3hgcftjnsgpwgpmsp-5-21.png
Press the F6 key Draw to get your graph and the shaded region, as on the following picture:casio image 8-kiqbpyn3hgcftjnsgpwgpmsp-5-28.png



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try to figure out what the picture says than go from there.
if you cant see the picture, than go into the screen section of your laptop and than try to up the colour in the boxes there.

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Your symptom description is a little vague. Is there sound? Is there a full screen? Assuming there is a full screen and sound I would look for bad solder joints on the boards. Particularly the CRT board but really just resolder all the connections in the set. The KV series has been plagued with more than their share of bad solder joints. Give this a try first and if this doesn't solve it give us a more detailed explanation of the problem. Good luck.

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