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I don't reconize the model number but is this a new camera......it seems to me that this may be in the range of 20-25 years old.....if so the original manual was pretty scant..........but the camera was great....try the normal sources.....ebay, amazon, and maybe even C-Net.
Sorry for the vagueness. You might even try a google search for something like "yashica camera forum" "yashica photo forum" even "yashica forum". you will more than likely have to filter thru some info and then refine your search terms.
■ Number of pixels Select a higher number of pixels for clearer pictures when printing. Select a lower number of pixels [ ] (0.3M EZ) to store more pictures. Fewer pixels also means it is easier to send pictures by e-mail or use them on a homepage. ■ When the aspect ratio setting is [h] DMC-LS75/DMC-LS70 (7M) 3072 × 2304 pixels DMC-LS60 only (6M) 2816 × 2112 pixels DMC-LS75/DMC-LS70 (5M EZ) 2560 × 1920 pixels (3M EZ) 2048 × 1536 pixels (2M EZ) 1600 × 1200 pixels (1M EZ) 1280 × 960 pixels (0.3M EZ) 640 × 480 pixels
on the menu I believe the Panasonic calls it aspect ratio
Well I guess you mean purchased December 2006 yes?
In which case you could be in luck- return it to the seller as defective - which it is.
If older- contact the maker website - this is a defective CCD
There has been a recall on certain brands of camera that use the same CCD which is failing early.