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Lines appear on photo's.

When I take my pictures and view them, there are lines that appear on the pictures

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  • Anonymous Jun 18, 2008

    Yes, I have horizontal lines when I view & they also show up on the
    picture -they have a yellow haze to them. You can hardly see the
    picture at all when it is taken.

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Hey Tia Cindy,
If the lines are vertical that is often a result of taking pictures of very bright subjects. This is aberration is called vertical streaking. If the lines are horizontal lines there is probably something wrong with your sensor and you should have the camera looked at by an authorized service technician such as bringing it to a Geek Squad® precinct in a Best Buy™ store, and they will send it out to have it looked at. I hope this helps!

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Allan
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