Question about Canon Cameras
Please see if the mode forr picture is set to normal, Try to select auto mode and then manual mode to see if there is any change.
If you notice that the grains come on in low light, try pictures in good light to confirm. If still bad the camera needs a check for a faulty imager unit./the CCD might be defective.
Take an estimate to decide.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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