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F460 white lines appearing accross my pictures. as if taken through a venetion blind. how do i fix this??

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Lines across your pictures could indicate that the sensor is damaged. If your camera is still under warranty get it back to Fuji asap, otherwise get it to a repair service and ask for a quote to repair. As far as i know fuji have a fixed price to repair each camera model.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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My camera is a F460.Some photos looked like you took the photo through venetian blinds. Some photos came out great than the shadings.


it is due to the change in the light patterns

if you take a pic of TV or PC monitor the image look like venetian blinds

this is the reason

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My photos look like they have been taken through venetian blinds


I had posted a solution to "lines on photo's or over exposed photo's" on my tips page covering most digital cameras but just recently I noticed my whole page has been removed and I am waiting to hear why.

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There are lots of white lines on my photos. It doesn't seem to matter what the setting is, flash or not, and I've replaced the batteries which are new. The lines go accross each picture like a venitian...


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Nothing to do with any chips being faulty.
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The video function does not use the shutter.
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I also have the same problem! I absolutely love this camera but suddenly out of the blue I have stripy lines on the screen that look like you are looking through a venetian blind. I have contacted Fuji but they say it will cost £99 to repair or have offered £50 discount on any other camera. I just want my F460 working ok. Please, please can anyone help us?

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