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What is causing these rings in my photos? URL to Picture attached.

Http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/7/5/0/5/6/4/webimg/133034797_o.jpg

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  • lifesabeach May 13, 2008

    Hi White Noise,

    May I email you the photo? I did a print screen and dopped it into Word, so you can see what I see.



    Lifesabeach@cox.net

  • lifesabeach May 13, 2008

    Oh no....I think it is my laptop screen, not my camera!

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I downloaded the photo and say no image irregularities. Did you post the correct one?

Posted on May 13, 2008

  • Anonymous May 13, 2008

    Could you describe what your are seeing? are the pixels dark? Do they show one color?

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Your manual should explain fairly clearly the benefits of both formats. You can use the menu to change it to take only jpg or nef pictures and possibly other formats.

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The E18 error is an error message on Canon digital cameras. The E18 error occurs when anything prevents the zoom lens from properly extending or retracting.
  1. There are six screws holding the metal frame of the camera body together, two on each side, and two on the bottom. Remove all screws, pop the strap-hook plate (sorry, probably not the most technical term there), then gently lift the front plate off by pulling up from the bottom, and remove the back plate in the same fashion. These should come off relatively easily. This is what the camera should look like as you remove the plates:
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  2. Now, looking from the top of the camera, you should see a small motor on the left side, as shown below (its beneath the cable with a 22 written on it):

    http://willwm.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/img-5346.jpg
  3. Take your screwdriver (or another small instrument) and gently try to rotate the plastic piece attached to the motor on the left side, as shown below:
    http://willwm.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/img-5359.jpg
  4. At this point, try placing the battery back in the camera (if you have removed it), turn the camera to one of the capture modes, and press the power button. If all went well, your lens should now be able to extend and retract properly.

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http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/11/sony-konica-minolta-cameras.html
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CD Mavica MVC-CD250, CD400, CD500, and FD Mavica MVC-FD100, FD200

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