Question about Canon Cameras
Possible that the CCD , charge coupled device, the imager of the camera is faulty. If by nay chance you have exposed the camera to high intensity lights the probability is high.
I dont think any settings can sett this right but a replacement,
So get an opinion , and an estimate from the nearest Canon service centre. decide wisely with the inputs, if you get warranty on service.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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