I am having a big problem with this camera my images come out looking green on the PC and also have a green tinge when looking at them on the camera, please help as soon as possible as have a Wedding on Friday so getting very up tight.
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These cameras won't show the picture on the screen until you've taken the photo, they don't work the same way as point and shoot cameras. So you have to use the viewfinder.
Unless your model has live view in which case it's still pretty fiddly and I wouldn't recommend it.
That problem is normally associated with having a too high shutter speed when using flash. If it happens in any mode, with or without flash you may have a shutter blind issue.
Test the camera at various shutter speeds and compare the results. If this black area is consistant across different shutter speeds, send it in for repair. It is most likely the shutter curtain not making a pass across the sensor fast enough, still obscuring the sensor when a photo was taken.
There are two was around this: 1) Get an external USB card reader - I recommend this, because it is faster and does not require any software updating 2) Download the latest EOS Utility from the Canon web site; you also need to download the latest drivers. The cameras you name are supported by Vista, but the original software isn't.
look very carefully at the pins inside the socket.. you might have a bent or broken pin making the camera unable to read the card. Also, if the images on your card are not Jpg or CanonRAW, the camera won't recognize them.
Try lithium batteries or rechargables in the 2500mah range,to me they seem to work best in a flash.
If you use alkalines,use a well known brand.But with alkalines,as they loose power it takes longer for the flash to recycle.
Also the monitor might need to be calibrated or adjusting brightness and contrast.
Mine sometimes does the same thing,I just use Photoshop to adjust it.
turn off the camera. remove the battery. wait 10 seconds replace the battery making sure the power is off. then turn the power on.
that might reset the board. otherwise, you might have arced the power if the unit was on when the battery was removed. if so, you have a service issue you can't fix on your own. refer to qualified servicer. good luck mark