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When I try to take a picture, the LCD displays a lot of colorfull squiggly lines instead of the scene that I want to capture. When I turn it ON, the Zoom lens extends normally, then the colored lines appear with the following settings on the screen. Auto, 1M 178, ISO 400, ! plus a hand icon, AUTO, 4, F2.8. No matter which mode I choose, the same thing happens. Looking through the EVF shows the same thing. Note; I can view several good pictures that I took before the problem showed up. If I press the the shutter button as if taking a picture, I get a replica of the colored lines instead of the scene that I was trying to capture. When I try to view my pictures, the original pictures show up as they normally do. But the last picture shows up with the colored lines.

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This would be caused by a defective CCD sensor inside rad this advisory from canon below:

http://www.dpreview.com/news/0510/05100602canon_ccdproblem.asp

You might want to consult canon for repairs as they are aware of such defect, its all across models here not just yours even nikon is experiencing these issues. Most of the boards where manufactured over seas calling for this advisory.

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