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Picture image out of alignment

Pictures taken are different from the image I get through the viewfinder and using liveview. The centre of the image is lower down in the picture taken than when viewed (when in landscape mode) and appears to the right of the image when in portrait mode. So the resulting picture is off centre compared with what I see when I take it. So I have to try and compensate.
I haven't dropped the camera or anything.
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Your viewfinder, focussing screen, and mirror are out of alignment. You need a service technician to fix the problem.

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